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APPENDIX B Survey of Medical School Deans and Associate Deans NUTRITION CURRICULUM QUESTIONNAIRE PART I GENERAL OVERVIEW OF NUTRITION IN THE MEDICAL SCHOOL CURRICULUM National Research Council Food and Nutrition Board Committee on Nutrition in Medical Education PLEASE ANSWER THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS AS ACCURATELY AS YOU CAN. YOUR ASSISTANCE WILL BE GREATLY APPRECIATED. PLEASE RETURN BY JUNE 5, 1984 . School: Address: 2. Type of School: Private university State university _ Other Number of students per class 3. Name of Administrator: Telephone: 4. Titles/Rank: 5. What is the general structure of the curriculum? Major Emphasis Basic science (normal) Clinical science (disease) Clerkships (required) Clinical electives Other: _ Year Responsibility Predominant? Departmental Interdepartmental 103 Year I Year II Year III Year IV
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104 SURVEY OF MEDICAL SCHOOL DEANS AND ASSOCIATE DEANS (cont.) 6. Are there identifiable sections of the curriculum that are primarily concerned with nutrition? Yes No Don't know_ If you are not sure, is there another member of the faculty who might know about this area? Name: Department: 7. Who on the faculty has the primary responsibility for the nutrition curriculum? Name: Title: Location: Phone: 8. Who else on the faculty has major responsibilities (limit to two)? Name: Name: Title: Title: Location: Location: Phone: Phone: How many total hours in the required curriculum can be identified as primarily concerned with nutrition? 10. Is nutrition taught as a separate course? Or is nutrition taught in combination with other subjects? 11. During which year is most of the nutrition curriculum taught? First Second Third Fourth 12. If available, will you please include a current nutrition course outline? 13. Are electives offered in nutrition? Yes Jo If so, please provide: Titles: Faculty directors: Year offered: Length of course: Number of students participating (average per year):
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105 SURVEY OF MEDICAL SCHOOL DEANS AND ASSOCIATE DEANS (cont.) 14. Have there been any major changes in the nutrition curriculum within the past 10 years? If so, please describe. 15. Approximately what percentage of the medical school operating budget is from: Tuition % Endowment and gifts % State funds % Federal grants % Other ( ) %
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