University of Colorado, Denver Physician Assistant Program implements eCurriculum

1-15-2012

Recently the University of Colorado at Denver teamed up with AllofE to implement eCurriculum for Higher Education for their Physician Assistant Program. The Physician Assistant Program was looking for the best solution to align their curriculum to program standards and to map their curriculum over time. Already a leader in curriculum management and mapping, AllofE implemented a new version of eCurriculum just for health science programs that would answer the unique needs of each university and program.

 

The University of Colorado, Denver is recognized as the number one research university in the state of Colorado. It offers top-notch undergraduate nursing and biology programs that are linked with medicine, pharmacy, dental medicine, nursing and public health programs on the Anschutz Medical Campus in nearby Aurora.


eCurriculum provides the University of Colorado, Denver with an easy-to-use, web-based solution that simplifies the documentation, tracking, editing and sharing of course curriculum, methods of delivery, and alignment to the ARC Standards, NCCPA Competencies and Blueprint Tasks, and related medical topics. By using eCurriculum, the administrators and support staff of the Physician Assistant Program save time in aligning courses to standards as well as in preparing curriculum information for the Accreditation Review Commission.

 

About the University of Colorado, Denver

The Denver campus originated in 1912 as an extension of the University of Colorado at Boulder. Today it is linked to the Anschutz Medical Campus in Aurora. The University of Colorado, Denver and the Anschutz Medical Campus’s mission is to be a diverse teaching and learning community that creates, discovers and applies knowledge to improve the health and well-being of Colorado and the world. The university’s vision is that by 2020 the University of Colorado Denver will be a leading public university with a global reputation for excellence in learning, research and creativity, community engagement and clinical care.