New Revised Medical Curriculum
The New Revised Medical Curriculum program allows Charité to offer students a course that is founded on new teaching and learning concepts, as well as on the need for practical medical experience.
Following on from its long tradition of medical excellence, Charité's Faculty of Medicine is striving to become a national and international leader in medical teaching, with a particular focus on quality, satisfaction, and sustainability.
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Through quality teaching, delivered by dedicated staff and combined with a high degree of support for students, the Faculty hopes to instill in the next generation of physicians
- A commitment to life-long learning and the sharing of knowledge,
- An ability to interact and communicate with others and work as part of a team,
- Demonstrable decision-making abilities and a sense of responsibility,
- An active commitment to promoting public and personal health and prevent disease.
in order to enable them to meet the ever-changing challenges facing medicine, science, and society, and allow them to be accepted as leading experts in health care.
In-depth knowledge, in addition to an understanding of the fundamental scientific principles and methods, are essential for the successful application of acquired skills and psychosocial competencies in diagnosis and treatment. This training aims to enable students to understand and critically discuss the scientific and medical significance of hypotheses, concepts, and methods. This training therefore also ensures the continued evaluation and implementation of new research findings by physicians in clinical practice. Charité, its teaching staff, students and graduates all share an equal commitment to achieving excellence in medical education.
The Charité teaching staff are dedicated to their profession – they are aware of their responsibilities towards their students, and of their significance as role models. In order to support improvements in teaching standards, the Faculty regularly offers continued education activities and the option of gaining additional qualifications. It also promotes excellence through improved methods of assessing the quality of teaching, and through the performance-based allocation of funding.
The Faculty's management team is committed to ensuring that outstanding teachers are rewarded with suitable career opportunities, and that new applicants are evaluated based on a formal assessment of the quality of their teaching.
Students will be expected to show a considerable degree of initiative, scientific curiosity, and critical ability. The Faculty considers the interests of its students to be crucial when making decisions about teaching and training.
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In January 2015, the New Revised Medical Curriculum program received its accreditation for a duration of three years. This followed an external review, which also included an inspection of our facilities, and a review of our financial and staffing resources. The reviewers also focused their attention on the concept and structure of the program, our decision-making, admissions and examination processes, and scrutinized students' opinions on course and conditions, the demographics of students, and the quality of student support. The accreditation is unconditional and valid until 27th January 2018.
Review: The Traditional Medical and Revised Mecial Curriculum
Medical students who started their first year of medicine at Charité in the fall of 2010/11 were enrolled on the New Revised Medical Curriculum program. Prior to the winter semester 2010/11, medical students had the option of enrolling on either the Traditional Medical Curriculum or the Revised Medical Curriculum.
However, the Traditional degree program is still available at many of the other medical schools in Germany. Throughout Germany, the program is strictly regulated by the Licensing Regulations for Physicians, ensuring consistency in the content and teaching of pre-clinical and clinical medicine, and the examinations (Staatsexamen) taken at the end of each of these sections of the course.