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Dermatology in the Undergraduate Medical Curriculum

Dermatology in the Undergraduate Medical Curriculum

Introduction to the Dermatology in the Undergraduate Medical Curriculum
 
The core curriculum is set out as learning outcomes with suggestions for how these might be learnt, taught and assessed. This curriculum (based on the results of a Delphi study) sets out the minimum that we believe should be achieved by all UK medical undergraduates. It can be downloaded as a PDF file. Some more learning outcomes, identified as important but not absolutely essential in this study, are listed in a second document. You might wish to add some of these to your basic core. 
 
The other documents on the site can be downloaded and adapted to suit your needs. They include learning resources (logbooks), teaching resources, assessment tools (OSCE stations) and course evaluations. Click here for the teaching resources
 

CURRICULUM

Please see BAD 2016 revised UG Curriculum for information on curriculum design, learning and teaching assessments and course evaluation.
 

SURVEY OF UNDERGRADUATE DERMATOLOGY

2015 Survey

 

 

 


 

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