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Standard - Criteria Accreditation

Criteria 1. Mission And Values
  1. The school has a public statement that sets out its values, priorities, and goals.

Criteria 2. Curriculum
  1. Intended Curriculum Outcomes: The school has defined the learning outcomes that students should have achieved by graduation, as well as the intended learning outcomes for each part of the course.
  2. Educational methods and experiences: The school employs a range of educational methods and experiences to ensure that students achieve the intended outcomes of the curriculum.

  3. Curriculum Organisation and Structure: The school has documented the overall organisation of the curriculum, including the principles underlying the curriculum model employed and the relationships among the component disciplines.
  4. Curriculum Content:

     a) The school can justify inclusion in the curriculum of the content needed to prepare students for their role as competent junior doctors and for their subsequent further training. 

     b) Content in at least three principal domains is described: basic biomedical sciences, clinical sciences and skills, and relevant behavioural and social sciences.

Criteria 3. Assessment
  1. The policy is shared with all stakeholders.

  2. The school has a policy that describes its assessment practices.

  3. It has a centralised system for ensuring that the policy is realised through multiple, coordinated assessments that are aligned with its curriculum outcomes.

Criteria 4. Students
  1. Selection and Admission Policy: The medical school has a publicly available policy that sets out the aims, principles, criteria, and processes for the selection and admission of studen
  2. Student Counselling and Support: The medical school provides students with accessible and confidential academic, social, psychological, and financial support services, as well as career guidance.
Criteria 5. Academic Staff
  1. Academic Staff Establishment Policy: The school has the number and range of qualified academic staff required to put the school’s curriculum into practice, given the number of students and style of teaching and learning.
  2. Continuing Professional Development for Academic Staff: The school implements a stated policy on the continuing professional development of its academic staff.
  3. Academic Staff Performance and Conduct: The school has specified and communicated its expectations for the performance and conduct of academic staff.
Criteria 6. Educational Resources
  1. Clinical Training Resources: The school has appropriate and sufficient resources to ensure that students receive the required clinical training.
  2. Information Resources: The school provides adequate access to virtual and physical information resources to support the school’s mission and curriculum.
  3. Physical Facilities for Education and Training: The school has sufficient physical facilities to ensure that the curriculum is delivered adequately.
Criteria 7. Quality Assurance
  1. The Quality Assurance System: The school has implemented a quality assurance system that addresses the educational, administrative, and research components of the school’s work.
Criteria 8. Governance And Administration
  1. Student and academic staff representation: The school has policies and procedures for involving or consulting students and academic staff in key aspects of the school’s management and educational activities and processes.
  2. Administration: The school has appropriate and sufficient administrative support to achieve its goals in teaching, learning, and research.
  3. Governance: The school has a defined governance structure in relation to teaching, learning, research, and resource allocation, which is transparent and accessible to all stakeholders, aligns with the school’s mission and functions, and ensures stability of the school.