Evidence Assessment of Premedical Educational Success: A Protocol

Thomas J Calderaro, F. Douglas Scutchfield, Lauren E. Robinson

Research output: Other contribution


The main research question is “What benefits/hinders pre-med students’ success in admissions to medical school?” Ultimately, this question is being asked so that the pre-med curriculum, programming, and experience will maximize student success in being admitted to a US medical school. Having a complete, evidence-based list of activities, programs, and factors effecting pre-medical student success is a crucial first step toward developing the programming to enhance the students’ likelihood of admission to a US medical school.
Original languageAmerican English
TypeProtocol Registry
Number of pages5
StatePublished - Mar 2 2021


  • Premedical Education
  • Medical Education
  • Protocol
  • Review


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