Best Evidence Medical and Health Professional Education

University of Arizona, College of Medicine, Tucson, USA 

BICC Contact Information

BICC Leader: Dr Janet Corral, PhD, Associate Dean, Office of Curricular Affairs

BICC Members: Dr Alice Min, MD, Assistant Dean of Faculty Affairs; Dr Ahlem Saleh, MD, Associate Librarian, Research Librarian  

BICC Background

The University of Arizona Tucson, in the United States, is a medical school founded in 1967 with a strong tradition of clinical care for underserved and underrepresented populations, including US border populations.   Our BICC is composed of medical education research, clinical, library, and faculty development faculty with many years of medical education experience located at the main campus.  Our BICC is a key part of local faculty building excellence in medical education scholarship and research, both locally, nationally, and internationally.  

Main areas of interest/expertise

Our BICC’s focus is on topics of interest to our College, including digital education, Virtual Reality/Augmented Reality/Mixed Reality, Learning analytics, Workplace-based assessment, and the general process of innovation in medical education. 

Contributions made to BEME

Our BICC is supporting 3 reviews in AY 2020-21. Dr Corral is on the BEME Executive Committee.  

Update and Information Reports

To follow.