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Principle 1: The curriculum contains the educational experiences to provide a professional education in osteopathic medicine. Principle 2: The curriculum is competency-based.
Principle 3: Professionalism and professional ethics are emphasized throughout curriculum continuum.
Principle 4: The curriculum is contemporary and evidence-based, and provides a flexible and clinically relevant experience that is continually assessed, reviewed and modified.Principle 5: The curriculum fosters independent learning, the development of self-directed learning habits, and the demonstration of evidence-based medicine.Principle 6: The curriculum emphasizes disease prevention and health promotion practices that affect the health and well-being of students, physicians, patients, and communities.Principle 7: The curriculum promotes understanding of the influences of family, culture, community, and societal and bioethical elements on health and health care delivery.Principle 8: The curriculum is delivered in an environment that encourages positive interactions among faculty and students, and values student satisfaction with their learning experiences.
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