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Michael Green, MD

Director of Student Assessment

Professor of Medicine (General Medicine); Director of Student Assessment, Teaching and Learning Center; Director of clinical skills assessment, Office of Education

I oversee assessment of students’ clinical competence throughout the medical school curriculum. In particular, my role includes:

  • Developing a programmatic assessment system that tracks students’ development within a competency framework, provides meaningful information for learning and improvement and certifies students’ readiness for graduation and residency training.
  • Ensuring that students receive timely, longitudinal and meaningful formative feedback and support in guided self-assessment and reflection.
  • Supporting curriculum leaders in their development, implementation and evaluation of assessment strategies and interpretation of assessment data.
  • Interpreting examination item analyses and revising or rejecting poorly performing questions.
  • Collecting, analyzing and interpreting medical school-wide assessment data to guide curriculum evaluation and refinement.
  • Offering faculty development programs in assessment in medical education.
  • Providing individual consultation and mentorship to students, residents and faculty in their medical education scholarship.
  • Chairing the Clinical Skills Assessment Committee, overseeing the pre-clerkship and clerkship OSCEs and remediating poorly performing students.
  • Leading YSM’s participation the American Association of Medical Colleges national Core Entrustable Professional Activity Pilot.
  • Representing Yale School of Medicine on matters of assessment to key local and national stakeholders and the Liaison Committee on Medical Education.

If you would like to contact me, I am available by email or phone.