Updates on the LCME Self-Study Process



LCME self-study subcommittees have been meeting regularly and diligently analyzing our internal data, policies, and processes with the goal of understanding strengths and exploring areas for change.  Each subcommittee has been meeting to divide the workload and begin drafting  responses to the self-study summary report questions.


Subcommittee Co-Chairs and Key Staff will get together next week to discuss best practices, challenges, and next steps in the self-study process along with Dr. Muller, Michelle Sainte, and Shashi Anand. Upon completion of the subcommittee reports in March 2019, the LCME Task Force will review the the reports and prepare a Self-Study Summary that will be submitted to the LCME in June.


Dr. Muller led a discussion with first-year students in October and second-year students in November  regarding student feedback  from a variety of sources including the 2018 AAMC Graduation Questionnaire. The recordings from these sessions will be made available to first- and second-year students in the coming days. Meetings with third- and fourth-year students will be held in January 2019.

In the Spotlight: Bee Jaworski

Bee Jaworski, Year 1 Course Coordinator sat down with us to talk about her role in the LCME process. Learn more about Bee in our latest “In the Spotlight” interview.

Last, but Not Least—Congratulations

Join us in congratulating the Faculty Subcommittee for being the first group to answer the a section of the LCME Self-Study Question. There are more rewards in store to recognize outstanding work and commitment!