UCSF Bridges Curriculum Redesign in the School of Medicine

  UCSF School of Medicine’s new Bridges Curriculum redesign is transforming medical education to better prepare the 21st Century Physician to improve health and reduce the burden from suffering and disease, while simultaneously improving the health care environment.  With Tideswell’s Dr. Anna Chang at the helm, the Bridges Curriculum is flipping the traditional structure of medical education on its head, to bring greater focus on teaching students how to work within teams and systems and improve the health of entire populations, in addition to individual patients.
“This is a pioneering effort,” says Dr. Chang, Tideswell Associate Director and Director of the Bridges Curriculum. “I think that Bridges is the most meaningful thing to happen in medical education in 100 years.”
Read the full article on UCSF’s News website here.