|Wilson to chair national med school council|
The School of Medicine and Health Sciences, one of the smallest med schools in the country, has made an outsized reputation for its patient-centered curriculum and its family medicine and rural health programs.
Dean H. David Wilson, a pediatric infectious disease specialist, this year assumes the chair of Council of Deans at the Association of American Medical Colleges, the first North Dakota dean to hold this prestigious AAMC office.
In the latest UND faculty Q&A, Wilson explains the med school’s success with its groundbreaking patient-centered curriculum, its family medicine program, and its rural health care focus. Wilson also talks about his own leadership philosophy and the major challenges facing both America’s and UND’s medical education system.
For the full Q&A and an audio clip, go to http://und.edu/faculty_qa/06192007.html