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​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​One45: Curriculu​m Information Management System
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One45 is a web-based medical curriculum management and delivery system used to manage electronic portfolios, curriculum delivery, rotation scheduling, evaluations/assessments, encounter logs, curriculum and objective mapping, and more.  It is used by thousands of University of Saskatchewan residents, students, faculty, staff, and others in many locations across Canada including several health regions and other geographical locations.  It is the authoritative source of Undergrad curriculum information and data required to meet accreditation and quality standards for medical schools in North America.

One45 is used by instructors, learners, and administrators of the College of Medicine, School of Physical Therapy, and College of Dentistry for:​
UGME, Physic​al Thera​py, & De​​ntistry:​ UGME Clerk​​​​​​ship, PGME, & Physical Therapy:
  • Manage/View Curriculum Database
  • Manage/View Course Schedules
  • Post/Access Course Content
  • Manage/Access Objectives
  • Complete/View Evaluations/Assessments​
  • Communicate with Students
  • Marks/Grades
  • Maintain/View Rotation Schedules
  • Maintain/View Academic Session Schedules
  • Post/Access Rotation Handouts
  • Complete/Review Encounter Logs
  • Complete/View Evaluations/Assessments
  • Leave and Attendance Tracking
  • Centralized Reporting
  • Performance Monitoring and Flagging

​​To learn more, see Who Uses One45, and How? »​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​



One45 is used in combination with U of S Course Tools / Blackboard.  Blackboard can be used to provide the following advanced teaching materials delivery:
  • Distribute course materials
  • Announcements /Communicate with students
  • Online assignment distribution and submission
  • Student group collaboration
  • Deliver online quizzes and exams
  • Manage student grades
One45 is used for College of Medicine​ UGME curriculum management and course delivery. For additional delivery tools, Blackboard can be used and must be linked to from within One45. 


 Curriculum Management for UGME:

  • ​​​1.1.1 Social Accountability official database of the social accountability curriculum content
  • 6.3 Self Directed and Life Long Learning official database of the self-directed learning sessions during the first two years of the curriculum
  • 6.5 Electives Opportunities official database of the elective opportunities available to medical students
  • 6.8 Education Program Duration official database of the number of weeks of instruction in each academic year of the curriculum
  • 7.3 Scientific Method official database of the required learning experiences and assessment of the scientific method and translational research
  • 7.4 Critical Judgement official database of the required learning experiences and assessment of the development of critical judgement and problem-solving skills.
  • 7.5 Societal Problems official database of the common societal problems selected to be included in the curriculum
  • 7.6 Culture and Health Care Disparities official database of required learning experie​nces to recognize and appropriately address gender and cultural biases.
  • 7.7 Medical Ethics official database of the required learning experiences in medical ethics and human values.
  • 7.8 Communication Skills official database of the required learning experiences of communication skills.
  • 7.9 Interprofessional Collaborative Skills official database of the required learning experiences of Collaborative Practice Skills
  • 8.4 Program Evaluation official database of curriculum outcome data used to evaluate the program
  • 8.8 Monitoring Time Spent in Educational and Clinical Activities official database the amount of time medical students spend in required activities and required clinical learning experiences.
  • 9.4 Assessment System official database of the assessment system in the curriculum
  • 9.5 Narrative Assessment official database of the required learning experiences that include narrative descriptions as part of an assessment​​​​

 Accreditation Standards Supported for UGME:

 

  • ​​​​3.4 The medical school’s anti-discrimination policy is made available to faculty, students and other members
  • 3.6 Defines and publicizes its code of conduct for faculty-student relationship in its medical education program
  • 4.4 Faculty members receives regularly scheduled and timely feedback […] on his or her academic performance
  • 5.7 Publishes policies and procedures to ensure student safety and to address emergency and disaster preparedness
  • 6.2 and 8.6 A system with central oversight that monitors […] the required patient encounters, clinical conditions, skills and procedures to be performed by all medical students
  • 6.1 Official database of all curriculur learning objectives, accessible to all stakeholders
  • 6 Track and report on different teaching types that enable medical students to achieve overall competencies and objectives
  • 6.4 Ensure that the medical curriculum includes clinical experiences in both outpatient and inpatient settings
  • 8.7 Track comparable educational experiences and equivalent methods of assessment within required learning experiences across all locations
  • 7.1 and 7.2 Demonstrate that your curriculum contains particular content and clinical experiences
  • 8.1 Track and report vertically and horizontally on curriculum for the overall design, management, ​integration, evaluation, and enhancement of a coherent and coordinated medical curriculum
  • 8.3 Monitor program objectives, learning objectives, content, and instructional and assessment methods
  • 8.5 Medical student evaluations of their required learning experiences, teachers, and other relevant aspects​
  • 9.8 and 4.5 Monitoring of fair and timely formative and summative assessment of medical student achievement in each course and clerkship/clerkship rotation
  • 9.7 Monitoring the timeliness of formal formative feedback early enough during each rotation to allow sufficient time for remediation and by which a medical student can measure their progress in learning

 

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