COMMITTEE ON COURSES OF INSTRUCTION
Nancy N. Byl, Ph.D. P.T., Chair
Meeting of March 20, 2001
PRESENT: Chair N. Byl, S. Kahl, N. Facione, D. Fried, D. Curtis, P. Ursell
ABSENT: Linda Liu, G. McCart, C. Puntillo
The meeting of the Committee on Courses of Instruction was called to order by Chair Byl on March 20, 2001 at 10:10 a.m. in Room L-101. A quorum was present.
Old Business - Continued from the January 9, 2001 meeting
The Committee agreed to sign-off and declare retroactive, Restorative Dentistry 125A.
Continued Consideration of Instructional Improvement Grant Applications
The actual number of applications evaluated total 26. In addition to the 26 evaluated, 2 applications were returned. Administratively, grant number 25, though assigned a number, was incomplete and never evaluated by the Committee. The remaining grant was returned having been received after the deadline. The Committee finished its review of applications numbered 14 through 27 and awarded funding to the following:
2001-2002 Instructional Grants Program
The following grants were awarded funding:
Enhancing Medicine Core Clerkship Physical Diagnosis Instruction through Web-based and Patient-based Experiential Learning
Karen Hauer, M.D., Director, Medicine Clerkships
Preetha Basaviah, M.D., Assistant Clinical Professor of Medicine
Department of Medicine
Housestaff Handbook of Outpatient Internal Medicine
Eva M. Aagaard, M.D., Assistant Clinical Professor of Medicine, Assistant Residency Director, UCSF Primary Care Internal Medicine Program
Division of General Internal Medicine
The Infant Neurologic Examination: An Annotated Instructional Video
Jonathan B. Strober, M.D., Assistant Clinical Professor
Elliott H. Sheer, M.D., Ph.D., Adjunct Professor
Departments of Pediatrics and Neurology
Computer Simulation in Orthopaedic Surgery-An Instructional Program for Medical Students and Residents
William Colman, M.D., Assistant Professor in Residence
Sigurd Berven, M.D., Assistant Professor in Residence
Department of Orthopaedic Surgery
Interactive Software Tutorials for Teaching Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
Jesse Gray, Graduate Student
Department of Biochemistry
Summary of Funding Awarded
A total of ten successful applicants were awarded $80,269 from the 2000-01 budget of $97,000.
The meetings adjourned at 12:15 p.m.