Curriculum Resources

 

 

 

 

 

 

Priority Health Needs Communique

The Division of Social Accountability works to support the college in aligning its medical education content on pressing issues faced by the community we serve. The Priority Health Needs Rooted in Social Issues document is an annual communication put out by the division that overviews some of the issues of particular concern for Saskatchewan and their implications for medical curriculum programming.

PRIORITY HEALTH NEEDS 2019 COMMUNIQUE

PRIORITY HEALTH NEEDS 2017 COMMUNIQUE 

PRIORITY HEALTH NEEDS 2016 COMMUNIQUE

 

Social Accountability Lens

The division has created a tool to support the review of social accountability within the college’s undergraduate medical curriculum, called the Social Accountability Lens. The lens provides a detailed definition of social accountability, including many health equity topics that are encompassed under this umbrella term. It presents a series of “standards” for social accountability in curriculum (based on the CACMS accreditation curriculum standards), and examples for meeting the standard in course content. The creation of the lens has been a collaborative and iterative process with the CoM Curriculum Quality Review Subcommittee, and is tailored to meet their needs.

2019 SOCIAL ACCOUNTABILITY LENS