Programme Councils at the Faculty of Medicine - DMF

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The Faculty of Medicine (DMF) has established programme councils for all its bachelor's, master's and PhD programmes. The members of the programme councils include professors, administrators, students and external representatives, and they usually meet once or twice per semester. The coouncils are chaired by a head of programme.

Mandate for Programme Councils for Bachelor's and Master's Programmes at the Faculty of Medicine #

The mandate applies to the period 1 July 2015 - 30 June 2018

Introduction

All bachelor’s and master’s degree programmes at the Faculty of Medicine must have a programme council consisting of students, academic employees, administrative employees and external representatives. The primary responsibility of the programme council is to promote academic and pedagogical development of the programme of study, and to work towards developing it as a comprehensive and coherent programme of high academic quality that provides skills sought by society and the labour market. The programme council has a particular responsibility to ensure that the programme undergoes continuous evaluation and quality development, in line with http:http://www.ntnu.no/utdanningskvalitet.

 Governance and management

The programme council is chaired by a head of programme, who reports to the Head of Department at the host department as well as to the Head of Department at the host department for any specializations. The Head of Department reports to the Dean.

 If the programme of study consists of two or more separate specializations, a coordinator may be appointed in addition for each specialization. A prerequisite for inter-faculty or inter-institutional programmes of study is that the programme council establishes communication lines with all departments/units involved at NTNU and any external partners. Composition and term of office

The programme council is to have the following composition:

  • A minimum of three representatives of the academic staff associated with the units involved, normally including the deputy head of education at the host department for the programme of study.
  • One administrative employee associated with the host department
  • A minimum of two external representatives and/or alumni representatives
  • Student representatives

Programme councils for bachelor’s degrees must have three student representatives, while the councils for master’s degrees must have two student representatives. In addition, deputies for the various groups may be appointed. 

 One of the academic employees is to be appointed as the head of the programme. The representative of the administrative staff may act as the secretary of the programme council.

The student representatives are elected by their fellow students for one year at a time. The other members are appointed by the Head of Department at the host department for the programme of study for a term of three years.

Mandate

The programme council is to advise the Head of Department on matters that concern the quality, academic and teaching profile, content, structure and implementation of the programme of study. The council is to:

  • Formulate proposals for overall learning outcomes for the programme of study, and ensure that the individual courses included in the programme have learning outcomes, learning activities and forms of assessment that support these outcomes.
  • Propose the academic structure of the programme of study, including the profile, combination of courses, options and progress of study. This is summarized in an annual programme description; see Section 4-2 of the examination regulations (studieforskriften).
  • Arrange for continuous evaluation of the programme of study and propose necessary improvement measures, including the following:

Initiate and follow up evaluations of the programme of study and the courses that it includes, in accordance with NTNU’s system for quality assurance of education. An annual evaluation is to be conducted and documented by a report on the programme of study (see section below). In addition, a major periodic evaluation is to be conducted at least every five years, in which key aspects include the programme’s overall quality, compliance with strategy, and social relevance. The aim of the periodic evaluation is to provide the basis for assessing whether the programme of study should be continued in its present form, modified, or discontinued.

Prepare an annual report on the programme of study in accordance with NTNU’s system for quality assurance of education. The report is to be based on previous programme reports, course reports and relevant underlying data (for example, statistics on completion, dropout rates, distribution of grades, percentage of fails and quality of admissions, and any questionnaire surveys among the students) for the programme of study. The report is to include the programme council’s assessment of the programme’s quality and a plan of action with measures, responsibility for follow-up and deadlines for implementation. The programme report is to be submitted to the Head of Department at the host department for the programme and to Heads of Departments at any other units involved. The report is included in the basis for the Department’s annual quality assurance report to the Faculty.

Follow up the action plans.

  • Hold an annual meeting for members of the teaching staff, to which the course coordinators of the various courses included in the programme of study are invited. The purpose of this meeting is to create a common understanding of the course coordinator’s role, ensure consistency between the learning outcome at programme level and the learning outcomes at course level, strive to achieve coherence between the various courses, and discuss common issues related to planning, implementation and evaluation of the learning activities.
  • Propose academic admission requirements within the framework of the admission regulations in effect.
  • Propose admission capacity and any admission quotas.
  • Contribute to active student recruitment and information initiatives aimed at potential employers.
  • Evaluate students’ project descriptions for their master’s thesis and choice of responsible supervisor.
  • Make arrangements for international student exchange (incoming and outgoing students).
  • Advise on matters concerning specific recognition of qualifications from other countries and of education without prior approval as a criterion for admission, exemption from courses and examination requirements, specific recognition of external courses, preliminary approval of study abroad and other relevant matters.

In addition, the head of the programme is to represent the programme of study in relevant meetings and forums at NTNU.

The programme council meets at least once per semester. The council may delegate ongoing matters to the head of the programme, coordinators of specializations if applicable, or a working committee.

 

Council Members #

Exercise Physiology #

Members of the Programme Council for the MSc in Exercise Physiology, 2015-2018:

  • Associate Professor Eivind Wang (chair), Faculty of Medicine, NTNU
  • Professor Jan Hoff, Faculty of Medicine, NTNU
  • Researcher Charlotte Björk Ingul, Faculty of Medicine, NTNUPostdoctoral Fellow Øivind Rognmo, Faculty of Medicine, NTNU
  • Student Adviser Gunnhild Wentzel, Faculty of Medicine, NTNU
  • Lise Lundbom Støylen, St. Olav's University Hospital
  • Anne Hildur Eriksen, St. Olav's University Hospital
  • MSc student Joshua Taylor, Class of 2016
  • MSc student Karsten Øvretveit, Class of 2015
  • MSc student Lucas Krondorf (deputy member), Class of 2016
  • MSc student Kristoffer Robin Johansen (deputy member), Class of 2015

Ragnhild Sand Kalkvik is the secretary of the programme council.

Molecular Medicine #

Members of the Programme Council for the MSc in Molecular Medicine, 2015-2018:

  • Associate Professor Wenche Sjursen (chair), Faculty of Medicine, NTNU
  • Professor Marit Otterlei, Faculty of Medicine, NTNU
  • Associate Professor Jan Egil Afset, Faculty of Medicine, NTNU
  • Senior Executive Officer Marit Barstad, Faculty of Medicine, NTNU
  • Professor Berit Johansen, Faculty of Natural Sciences and Technology, NTNU
  • Professor Geir Bjørkøy, Faculty of Technology, Sør-Trøndelag University College
  • Head of Section Silje Kristin Vean, St. Olav's Hospital
  • MSc student Zaritha Oldernes, Class of 2016
  • MSc student Anine Larsen Ottestad, Class of 2015
  • MSc student Ingrid Nyhus Moen (deputy member), Class of 2016
  • MSc student Lilja B. Thorfinnsdottir (deputy member), Class of 2015

Marit Barstad is the secretary of the programme council.

Public Health #

Members of the Programme Council for the MSc in Public Health, 2015-2018: 

  • Professor Elisabeth Darj (chair),  Faculty of Medicine, NTNU
  • Associate Professor Berit Rostad, Faculty of Medicine, NTNU
  • Professor Johan Håkon Bjørngaard, Faculty of Medicine, NTNU
  • Professor Anders Grimsmo, Faculty of Medicine, NTNU
  • Adviser Borgny Hedvig Wold, Faculty of Medicine, NTNU
  • MSc student George Kitching, Class of 2015
  • MSc student Anton Karl Oskar Hasselgren, Class of 2016
  • MSc student Pushpanjali Shakya (deputy member), Class of 2015
  • MSc student Carolyn Clausen (deputy member), Class of 2016
  • Psychologist Håkon Stenmark, St. Olav's Hospital

Borgny H. Wold is the secretary of the programme council.

Child and Adolescent Mental Health #

Programme Council for the MPhil in Child and Adolescent Mental Health, 2015-2018:

  • Associate Professor Frode Stenseng (chair), Faculty of Medicine
  • Professor May Britt Drugli, Faculty of Medicine
  • Lecturer Anne Synnøve Brenne, Faculty of Medicine
  • Higher Executive Officer Ilaria Tedeschi, Faculty of Medicine
  • Head of Department Odd Sverre Westbye, Faculty of Medicine
  • Head of Eduction Liv Anne Mikkelborg, Faculty of Medicine
  • Adviser Lars Trovatten Grønflaten, Faculty of Medicine
  • Møyfrid Breivik, St. Olav's University Hospital
  • Sindre Meling, Klæbu Municipality
  • Torhild Olsen Husby, Student
  • Ronnie Sneisen, Student

Ilaria Tedeschi is the secretary of the programme council.

Clinical Health Science #

Programme Council for the MSc in Clinical Health Science, 2015-2018:

  • Professor Jon Magnussen (chair), Faculty of Medicine, NTNU
  • Professor Bård Kulseng (vice-chair), Faculty of Medicine, NTNU
  • Adjunct Professor Petter Borchgrevink, Faculty of Medicine, NTNU
  • Professor Ottar Vasseljen, Faculty of Medicine, NTNU
  • Professor Aslak Steinsbekk, Faculty of Medicine, NTNU
  • Professor Anders Grimsmo, Faculty of Medicine, NTNU
  • Student Advisor Erik Ingve Langbakk, Faculty of Medicine, NTNU
  • Grete Ottersen Samstad, St. Olav's University Hospital
  • Eva Rinnan, The City of Trondheim
  • Student Idunn Pernille Vik, Class of 2016
  • Student Mette Klouman, Class of 2015

Erik Ingve Langbakk is the secretary of the programme council.

Healthcare Informatics #

Programme Council for the MSc in Healthcare Informatics, 2012-2015:

  • Professor Pieter Toussaint (chair), Department of Computer and Information Science, NTNU
  • Professor Mads Nygård, Department of Computer and Information Science, NTNU
  • Professor Gunnar Klein, Department of Neuroscience, NTNU
  • Professor Anders Grimsmo, Department of Public Health and General Practice, NTNU
  • Adviser Kirsti Elisabeth Berntsen, Department of Neuroscience, NTNU
  • Bård Helge Hofstad, Central Norway Regional Health Authority
  • Grete O. Samstad, St. Olav's University Hospital
  • Klara Borgen, City of Trondheim
  • MSc student Ivar Myrstad, Class of 2012
  • MSc student Jorleif Aagård, Class of 2012
  • MSc student Marit Kamøy, Class of 2011
  • MSc student Kjellrun Borgmo, Class of 2011
  • MSc student Espen Hettye Carlsen, Class of 2010

Anni Bjerkhagen is the secretary of the programme council.

Human Movement Science (BSc) #

Programme Council for the BSc in Human Movement Science, Council 2014-2015:

  • Professor Liv Berit Augestad (chair), Department of Neuroscience
  • Professor Karin Roeleveld, Department of Neuroscience
  • Nora Ford, Department of Neuroscience
  • Professor Tom Ivar Lund Nilsen, Department of Public Health and General Practice
  • Researcher Øivind Rognmo, Department of Circulation and Medical Imaging
  • Docent Håvard Østerås, Department of Health Science
  • Adviser John Tore Vik, Sør-Trøndelag County
  • Physical Trainer Geir Håvard Hjelde, Rosenborg Football Club
  • Student Johanna Flå, Class of 2015
  • Student Ragnhild Vereide, Class of 2016
  • Student Tor-Erlend Distad (deputy member), Class of 2015
  • Student Tonje Grønvold (deputy member), Class of 2016

Nora Ford is the secretary of the programme council.

Human Movement Science (MSc) #

Programme Council for the MSc in Human Movement Science 2014-2015:

  • Professor Karin Roeleveld (chair), Department of Neuroscience
  • Associate Professor Mireille van Beekvelt, Department of Neuroscience
  • Nora Ford, Department of Neuroscience
  • Professor Tom Ivar Lund Nilsen, Department of Public Health and General Practice
  • Øivind Sandbakk, Olympiatoppen Midt-Norge
  • Frode Moen, Olympiatoppen Midt-Norge
  • Mariann Sandsund, SINTEF
  • Student Laura Gürtler, Class of 2015
  • Student Siri Munch Wahl, Class of 2016
  • Student Agnete Opland (deputy), Class of 2015
  • Student Espen Ingvald Bengtson (deputy), Class of 2016

Nora Ford is the secretary of the programme council.

Neuroscience #

Programme Council for the MSc in Neuroscience, 2012-2015:

  • Professor Clifford Kentros (chair), Department of Neuroscience, NTNU
  • Professor Linda White, Department of Neuroscience, NTNU
  • Higher Executive Officer Anni Bjerkhagen, Department of Neuroscience, NTNU
  • Professor Jonathan Knowles, Department of Philosophy, NTNU
  • Associate Professor Tor Jørgen Almaas, Department of Biology, NTNU
  • Associate Professor Robert Biegler, Department of Psychology, NTNU
  • Professor Keith L. Downing, Department of Computer and Information Science, NTNU
  • Associate Professor Boleslaw Srebro, Department of Biomedicine, University of Bergen
  • MSc student Emilie Willoch Olstad, Class of 2016
  • MSc student Vanessa Crain, Class of 2015
  • MSc student Alexis Cerván (deputy member), Class of 2016
  • MSc student Markins Badu (deputy member), Class of 2015

Anni Bjerkhagen is the secretary of the programme council.

Pharmacy #

Programme Council for the MSc in Pharmacy, 2015-2018:

  • Siver Andreas Moestue (chair), NTNU
  • Janne Kutschera Sund, NTNU
  • Marit Barstad, NTNU
  • Daniel Zeiss, Nord-Trøndelag University College
  • Linda A. Reppe, Nord-Trøndelag University College
  • Gunn Fredriksen, The Central Norway Regional Health Authority
  • Pål-Didrik Hoff Roland, RELIS Midt-Norge
  • Martin Grotnes, The Central Norway Pharmaceutical Trust
  • Student Magnhild Kristine Moan Ingebrigtsen, Class of 2016
  • Student Jonas Bergqvist, Class of 2015
  • Student Orjahan Sayed (deputy), Class of 2015

Marit Barstad is the secretary of the programme council.

Medical Doctor Programme #

Programme Council for the Medical Doctor Programme, 2014-2017:

  • Arne Wibe (chair), Professor, Department of Cancer Research and Molecular Medicine
  • Ola Dale, Professor, Department of Sirculation and Medical Imaging
  • Haakon Skogseth, Associate Professor, Department of Laboratory Medicine, Children's and Women's Health
  • Turid Beitland, Senior Executive Officer, Department of Neuroscience
  • Liv Anne Mikkelborg, Head of Eduction, Regional Centre for Child and Youth Mental Health and Child Welfare
  • Berge Solberg, Deputy Head of Department, Department of Public Health and General Practice
  • Asbjørn Magne Nilsen, Deputy Head of Department, Department of Cancer Research and Molecular Medicine
  • Wenche Moe Thorstsenen, Deputy Head of Department, Department of Neuroscience
  • Eirik Skogvoll, Deputy Head of Department, Department of Sirculation and Medical Imaging
  • Henrik Døllner, Deputy Head of Department, Department of Laboratory Medicine, Children's and Women's Health
  • Petter Aadahl, Head of Research, St. Olav's Hospital
  • Betty Pedersen, Chief Municipal Medical Officer, City of Trondheim
  • Magnus Gotfredsen, Medical Student
  • Benedikte Smenes, Medical Student
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