10/24- Jamie Sutherell, M.D., is appointed associate dean of student affairs as Jim Willmore, M.D., continues to serve on the dean's staff as associate dean of admissions.
10/19- The action plan will serve as the road map to move forward with efforts to address all issues raised by the LCME.
10/05- As assistant dean of program evaluation and assessment, Debra Schindler will manage a team devoted to curriculum design and collection and analysis of education metrics.
09/14- A committee of faculty, students and staff revised M.D. program objectives, as the School of Medicine moves forward with the LCME remediation process.
09/11- Fr. Dr. James Duffy is a Jesuit priest and general internist who will serve in the newly created role of associate dean of clinical curriculum and as medical director of the Clinical Skills Center.
07/26- The LCME co-secretariat offered valuable guidance in advance of SLU filing its action plan.
07/12- The LCME co-secretaries will offer perspective and ensure that our improvement strategy is on target during the July 13-14 consultative visit.
05/22- Chad S. Miller, M.D. will serve as the SLU School of Medicine Associate Dean for Undergraduate Medical Education.
05/01- Work groups are gathering data as they define the scope of LCME’s specific concerns, research best practices and information to deal with issues, and identify resources at SLU and elsewhere that will be critical to success.
04/04- Second and third-year medical school students note the top 20 reasons they are proud to be part of Saint Louis University.
03/30- Information on the LCME remediation at Saint Louis University from Kevin Behrns, M.D., vice president of medical affairs and dean of the SLU School of Medicine. Dean, School of Medicine
03/14- Saint Louis University School of Medicine is taking action to address accreditation concerns.
03/14- The medical student education program will be reviewed from top to bottom to ensure compliance and seek opportunities for novel educational approaches, after being placed on probation by the Liaison Committee on Medical Education.
03/14- Saint Louis University School of Medicine has launched a plan of action to correct deficiencies identified by the accrediting body for medical education in the United States.