Accreditation & Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI)
The College of Medicine – Tucson (COM-T) prides itself in its pursuit of excellence in patient care, research, and education. In an on-going effort to improve our medical education program, a Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI) system has been established linked directly to the expectations for educational process and outcomes as contained in accreditation standards to carry out improvements in a systematic way. See CQI policy.
LCME Action Plan Status Updates
The college is continuing to implement its action plan in response to the 2022 Liaison Committee on Medical Education (LCME) survey visit findings. To keep the COM-T community informed on the status of the action plan and timelines for implementation, we are providing bi-monthly status updates (please use your NetID and password to view).
2023 You Said... We Did Report
The You Said... We Did Report is an effort to close the feedback loop in the college-student partnership to engage in continuous quality improvement (CQI) of the MD program. The 2023 report will be shared in two installments that provide responses to, and summaries of the college's actions to address, student feedback compiled from the December 2022 Independent Student Analysis (ISA).
Improving the Medical Student Experience
The COM-T strives to provide a positive and effective learning environment for all our students. Follow the link below to learn about some of the ways we are ensuring that our educational spaces are up to par and that our curriculum is coordinated and effective.