Mission Statement

The mission of the EVMS Master of Medical and Health Professions Education program (MMHPE) is to prepare educational leaders in various medical and health professions organizational settings by providing advanced education in the areas of learning, assessment, curriculum, instruction (including simulation), research, evaluation, leadership, and professionalism with an emphasis on real-world, practical applications.

Program Goals and Student Learning Outcomes

Graduates of the Master of Medical and Health Professions Education Program (MMHPE) are prepared to be educational leaders who are:

Goal 1:  skilled educators as evidenced by

  • SLO 1.1 applying adult learning theories to create effective learning experiences.
  • SLO 1.2 designing evidence-based MHPE instruction appropriate to audience and context.
  • SLO 1.3 constructing a unit of instruction integrated within a larger curriculum.
  • SLO 1.4 developing evidence-based assessment tools.

Goal 2:  reflective leaders as evidenced by

  • SLO 2.1 constructing a professional leadership development plan.
  • SLO 3.1 demonstrated ability to differentiate Boyer’s four models of scholarship.
  • SLO 3.2 connecting scholarship to the educational design process.
  • SLO 3.3 critiquing contemporary MHPE-related published works.
  • SLO 3.4 presenting collaborative research project findings.

Goal 3:  discriminating scholars as evidenced by

  • SLO 3.1 demonstrated ability to differentiate Boyer’s four models of scholarship.
  • SLO 3.2 connecting scholarship to the educational design process.
  • SLO 3.3 critiquing contemporary MHPE-related published works.
  • SLO 3.4 presenting collaborative research project findings.