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MED2010? Ah, put that on hold.

From a blanket email:

Medical School Dean

reply-to Medical School Dean

to MED-ALL@oris2.ahc.umn.edu

date Fri, May 1, 2009 at 11:33 AM

subject Continued reform in medical education

"For the past five years we have been discussing and designing a new curriculum model for our Medical School. Many of you have been active participants in this process. However, recently Senior Vice President for Health Sciences Frank Cerra and I, after discussing planning needs, financial support, and the upcoming accreditation visit of our Medical School, have decided to postpone a full-scale revamping of the curriculum, at least until after the accreditation visit of the Liaison Committee on Medical Education in 2011-2012. So the ambitious plan known as MED 2010 will not be developed in its entirety at this time."

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