Undergraduate Medical Education Teaching Resources
Entrustable Professional Activities (EPA) in Clerkship
Entrustable Professional Activities (EPAs) are responsibilities that learners should be entrusted to do without direct supervision by the time they enter residency. Instructors and learners are asked to document observations of these activities through the custom developed UGME EPA app.
Visit the USask UGME EPA website for the most up-to-date resources and information about UGME EPAs and the UGME EPA app.
UGME Remote Learning Toolbox
The UGME Remote-Learning Toolbox is a user-focused hub, providing both technical and pedagogical resources to help faculty make the most of teaching remotely. Whether teaching live sessions in Webex or pre-recording sessions in Panopto, this course will help guide you through the software and techniques you can use to provide a great learning experience for your students.
Access the toolbox (NSID/password required).
Quick Resources and Infographics
You can visit the College of Medicine website for a full list of resources that support faculty who contribute to undergraduate medical student education. We've listed a few helpful resources below, which are a great place to start to familiarize yourself with the requirements and approaches used to deliver the UGME curriculum.
- Policies, Procedures and Forms
- CoM Procedures and Guidelines
- Harassment and Intimidation
- Clerkship Call Expectations
- Clerkship Supervisory Expectations
- Curriculum, Syllabi, and PLO (Program Learning Objective)
- Objectives by year and course
- Curricular Change Request Form
- Curricular Change handbook
- Guidelines to Optimize Learning in Large Group Sessions
- USask Marketing & Communications Templates, Logos, Graphics and Guides (NSID/password required)