Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine Reviews
Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine is a 4-year MD-granting program that welcomed its first class in 1843. Case Western Reserve School of Medicine has a legacy of innovation in medical education, initiating an integrated organ systems approach in 1952 and launching the first MD/PHD program in the country. The School of Medicine provides all matriculating students with laptops. The goal is to train physicians with the foundations of clinical mastery, research and scholarship, leadership, and civic professionalism. The curriculum is broken into system blocks for the first two years, followed by third-year thesis research or clinical blocks, with a fourth year of advanced clinical studies. Students also participate in Case Inquiry, a problem-based learning class which is the cornerstone of the Western Reserve2 Curriculum.
The School's mission is three-fold: providing excellence in medical education through our unique curriculum, advancing discoveries from our laboratories to patients, and improving the health of our community.
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