Planning and Knowledge Management

The Office of Planning and Knowledge Management is responsible for strategic planning; data collection, reporting and analysis; LCME accreditation; program, course, and student performance assessments; creating a knowledge management system; providing curriculum support; classroom support; print and electronic communication; and the health sciences library. The Associate Dean for Planning and Knowledge Management also serves as an ex officio member of the M.D. Program Curriculum Committee. Reporting to the Associate Dean for Planning and Knowledge Management are seven directors and coordinators responsible for assessment; planning, accreditation, and analysis; health sciences library; educational technology services; knowledge management; communication; and Web services.