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Table 3 Articles classified under ‘Developing Computerized Tools’ category

From: Curriculum management/monitoring in undergraduate medical education: a systematized review

First Author. Year Title Site of Study Summary
Rosinski E. 1962 [16] A System of Cataloguing the Subject Matter Content of a Medical School Curriculum Medical College of Virginia The subjects that were taught during 4 years of medical school were cataloged in a computer and could be searched by a unique code for each subject. This system was helpful for medical teachers to locate the searched subject throughout the four–year medical curriculum.
Gotlib D. 1984 [17] A computerized database-management system for curriculum analysis University of Ottawa Medical School A computer-based information system was designed to help the curriculum committee have quick and simple access to the data needed for management decisions related to pathophysiology and special pathology course.
Curry L. 1984 [18] Computerization of undergraduate medical curriculum content Dalhousie university, Faculty of Medicine Summaries of the first 3 years of undergraduate medical curriculum were stored in a computerized system. Each teaching group had a global access to these summaries; hence, unnecessary redundancies could be avoided.
Buckenham S. 1986 [19] An Application of Computers to Curriculum Review and Planning University of Toronto Faculty of Medicine A computer-based curriculum database was developed for undergraduate medical curriculum (except the clerkship year) to provide accurate curriculum information for curriculum planners.
Mattern W. 1992 [20] Computer databases of medical school curricula Description of 3 medical curriculum database prototypes:
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill SoM: first 2 years of the curriculum
University of Maryland: data on core elements of the first 3 years of the curriculum
University of Miami SoM: preclinical curriculum
Salas A. 2003 [13] CurrMIT: a tool for managing medical school curricula North American Medical Schools To document and manage the curriculum information of North American medical schools, CurrMIT was developed and implemented by the AAMC (Association of American Medical Colleges)
Watson E. 2007 [14] Development of eMed: A Comprehensive, Modular Curriculum-Management System University of New South Wales Faculty of Medicine An electronic curriculum-management system (eMed) was developed to support the development and delivery of new undergraduate medical curriculum. It contains 6 main tools: curriculum map, timetable tool, course management tool, learning resource catalog, student portfolio, assessment tracking tool, and peer assessment tool.
Nifakas S. 2015 [21] AUVA – Augmented Reality Empowers Visual Analytics to explore Medical Curriculum Data Year 3 undergraduate medical program at Karolinska Institutet Technical description of using Augmented Reality (AR) as a data management-presentation tool to visualize medical curriculum data.
Balzer F. 2015 [22] Development and alignment of undergraduate medical curricula in a web-based, dynamic Learning Opportunities, Objectives and Outcome Platform (LOOOP) Fourth-year students of an organ-based, interdisciplinary curriculum of human medicine, participated in the study Curriculum map and Learning Opportunities, Objectives and Outcome Platform (LOOOP) were developed to ensure alignment of different parts of the medical curriculum (competencies, objectives, teaching and assessment methods, etc.).
Stekette C. 2015 [23] Prudentia: A Medical School’s Solution to Curriculum Mapping and Curriculum Management School of Medicine
University of Notre Dame Australia
In response to the accreditation visits by the Australian Medical Council (AMC), a curriculum mapping system (Prudentia) was designed and developed to demonstrate alignment between different curriculum components such as course outcomes, AMC outcomes, etc.
Shroyer A. 2016 [11] Drivers of dashboard development (3-D): A curricular continuous quality improvement approach Stony Brook University School of Medicine To meet LCME accreditation standards, Drivers of Dashboard Development (3-D) approach was developed and implemented to collect and monitor UME program data.
Al-Eyd G. 2018 [24] Curriculum mapping as a tool to facilitate curriculum development: a new School of Medicine experience California University of Science & Medicine- School of Medicine (CalMed-SOM) Introduce the process of curriculum mapping using the standardized curriculum inventory vocabulary to align the medical school to the AAMC. This was done through a computerized data collection tool called Session Mapping Template (SMT).