Preston Smith was the third candidate to present for the position of dean of the College of Medicine. He pitched his vision for the college come 2020 on Nov. 4, 2013.
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The second candidate for the position of dean of the College of Medicine presented his vision for the college’s next seven years on Oct. 29. The University of Saskatchewan’s College of Medicine has been without a permanent dean since Bill Albritton resigned in 2012. The Dean Search Committee is now on their second round of applicants and has short-listed three candidates.
John Conly — a professor from the department of microbiology, immunology and infectious diseases at the University of Calgary, gave a presentation on his vision for the College of Medicine on Oct. 28.
The areas of weakness that led to the College of Medicine being put on probation have been made public.
The University of Saskatchewan’s College of Medicine has been put on probation for a second time, as anticipated by the university’s president.
On Sept. 20 and 21, the University of Saskatchewan College of Medicine will host the second annual Global Health Conference.
Sometimes the degree you start isn’t the degree for you.
On Sept. 4, the College of Medicine released its plan to restructure the college and address accreditation issues.
It took almost a year but university administrators and the College of Medicine faculty finally have a plan they agree on.
On Sept. 21, first-year medical student Kaitlyn Hughes walked across the stage tentatively to receive her new uniform. As the crisp, white coat was draped on her shoulders she realized the burden it comes with. The University of Saskatchewan’s white coat ceremony introduced 100 new students to the College of Medicine. It is the largest freshman class in the school’s history.
A special meeting of the general academic assembly has been called for Sept. 6 to revisit university council’s hotly-debated decision to approve sweeping changes to the College of Medicine. University of Saskatchewan President Ilene Busch-Vishniac called the meeting after her office received 50 requests from individual academics at the university, which triggered a clause in the university’s legislation that has not been used since being enacted in 1995.
The College of Medicine at the University of Saskatchewan has been told to clamp down and rectify a handful of internal protocols or it will lose its status as an accredited medical school.
In a letter to Dean William Albritton, the Committee on the Accreditation of Canadian Medical Schools and the American Liaison Committee on Medical Education wrote that a team of inspectors identified 10 weaknesses that would result in probation if not resolved in 10 to 15 months. The inspectors had been dispatched to the U of S three months earlier.
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