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The MBBS New Curriculum
MBBS 2012: Creating Tomorrow’s UCL Doctors
- highly competent and scientifically
literate clinicians, equipped to practise patient-centred medicine in a
constantly changing modern world, with a strong foundation in the basic medical
and social sciences.
The curriculum vision:
- To provide the best possible student experience
- To reflect the needs of today’s and tomorrow’s patients
- To create 21st century doctors, able to thrive in modern healthcare environments
- To maximise the benefits of learning medicine at UCL
- Greater vertical integration and seamless progression through all 6 years
- More small group work and use of the virtual learning environment, with a focus on synthesis of learning
- A portfolio throughout training, to support reflective practice
- Attention to vertical themes in all 6 years with a strong focus on patient pathways, patient contact and the patient experience
- Longer, more generic, clinical attachments
- A focus on contemporary healthcare practice and UCLP priorities
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Background And Progress
UCL Medical School is devising and implementing a New Curriculum which builds on strengths of the current MBBS programme and new opportunities within the School of Life and Medical Sciences and UCLP.
Presentations on the New MBBS 2012 Programme.
of the new curriculum has already started. It began when the new-look Final
Year was implemented for the 2010/11 Year 5 students which included introducing
the regular Case-of-the-Month component.
Frequently Asked Questions
FAQs about the New MBBS 2012 Programme including from students, staff and DGHs.
Staff development and training package
A full communications and staff development programme is being worked out to ensure everyone is as prepared as possible for the changes.
The MBBS-2012 core curriculum will centre upon the patient and the symptoms, signs or test abnormalities with which they might present.