Educational Data provides data to meet the needs of Dean’s Office staff, departmental faculty and administrators, students, UCSF administration, national governing agencies, and others. All data requests should be made using the Educational Data/Report Request Form.
- Ad-hoc Reporting
- Scheduled/Regular Data Reporting
- Rosters/lists of medical students for enrollment in disparate student data systems related to the UCSF curriculum
- Educational Data for research studies by faculty, staff and students. In most cases, release of these data require CHR-approved projects.
- Data Design and Consultation
- Quality Improvement Tools
- Maintenance and Data Synchronization
What we provide
With 26 years of UCSF data experience, we have a thorough understanding of the Medical Education data landscape. Our team has in-depth knowledge of medical school practices and processes, which we apply when gathering data in response to a request, or when assisting faculty, staff and researchers in determining what their data needs are and how we can help. We have developed a focus on quality improvement tools, and deliver quality customer service and individualized training.
There are dozens of sources educational data in the School of Medicine. While some are integrated, many are stand-alone systems that must be kept coordinated with manual processes. The Educational Data team is charged with identifying and managing these disparate sources; we have a strong commitment to data integrity, and years of combined expertise in protecting the privacy and security of sensitive information.
To request data, please use the links to the right above. To find out more about our policies, please view the OME Data Distribution Policy.
Online Service Request Forms
MedSIS (Medical Student Information System)
Click here to access MedSIS.
MedSIS is the School of Medicine’s Medical Student Information System. Version 1 was launched in 2006 and allows medical education faculty members and staff to access student contact information, program information, and photographs. Version 2 was launched in 2010. For information about MedSIS contact Bonnie Hellevig at firstname.lastname@example.org.