America’s health professions schools have provided their undergraduate and graduate students with a grounding in science through courses such as anatomy, physiology, biochemistry, pathology, pharmacology, and microbiology. Practicing in today’s health care system requires that health professions students develop knowledge and skills beyond the basic sciences and technical elements of clinical care.
Expanding Beyond Science
We support projects to devise, test, and implement new curriculum content in health professions schools and training sites across the country. These initiatives are helping equip students and trainees with the skills and knowledge that are fundamental to providing high quality care today.