Curriculum Inventory Working Group

Mission

The mission of the Curriculum Inventory Working Group is to develop XML standards for the exchange of curriculum data for benchmarking and educational research.

Discussion List

Curriculum Inventory Working Group Discussion List Archives
Curriculum Inventory implementers list (request subscription)

Private Workspace

Curriculum Inventory Working Group Wiki

Documents

Version 1.0

Version 2.0 drafts

Co-chairs

Susan Albright

Hugh Stoddard, Emory University School of Medicine

Editor

Sascha Cohen, University of California, San Francisco

Members

  • Terri Cameron, Association of American Medical Colleges
  • Josh Jacobs, Association of American Medical Colleges
  • Jenny Shaw Kessler, New Innovations
  • Ryan Kohlman, MedHub
  • John Mahoney, University of Pittsburgh
  • Tom May, MedHub
  • Chandler Mayfield, University of California, San Francisco
  • Peter Orr, MedHub
  • Johmarx Patton, University of Michigan
  • Steve Reed, New Innovations
  • Karen Sanders, Department of Veterans Affairs
  • Paul Schilling, Schilling Consulting, LLC
  • Rosalyn Scott, Department of Veterans Affairs
  • Kevin Souza, University of California, San Francisco
  • Christos Vaitsis, Karolinska Institute
  • Tony Winkler, New Innovations 
  • Nabil Zary, Karolinska Institutet

Invited Experts

  • Michael Awad, Washington University School of Medicine
  • Marcus Bates, College of Medicine, University of Arizona
  • Jennifer Cuthbert, University of Texas, Southwestern
  • Kristi Ferguson, University of Iowa
  • Erica Friedman, Mount Sinai Medical Center
  • Heather Hageman, Washington University School of Medicine
  • Alan Lesse, University of Buffalo School of Medicine
  • Cynthia Lybrand, ETSU Quillen College of Medicine
  • Vicki McKinney, Western Michigan University School of Medicine
  • Steve Mitchell, University of New Mexico
  • Catherine Peirce, Association of Faculties of Medicine of Canada, Ontario, Canada
  • Steve Pennell, Memorial University, Canada
  • Matt Simpson, Queen's University
  • Peter Speltz, Vanderbilt University
  • Mark Triola, New York University Medical Center
  • Tim Willett, Sim-one