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Principles of Medical Education

Principles of Medical Education

 

Welcome!

 

Lecturers

 
MUDr. Silvia Hnilicová, PhD. - garant

 

MUDr. Tomáš Dalloš, PhD.

MUDr. Tomáš Hitka

MUDr. Rudolf Drábek

MUDr. František Šandor, PhD.

MUDr. Ján Páleš, PhD.

doc. RNDr. Pavol Vitovič, PhD.

prof. MUDr. Jana Plevková, PhD.

prof. MUDr. Daniela Ostatníková, PhD.

 

 

 

 

Information

Schedule

Winter Semester, next 2021/2022

Room

MS Teams

Simulation Center

SimPed - Pediatry Dpt.

Requirements

Active participation

Exam written/oral

 

Intended Learning Outcomes

1. Students will be able to describe and compare most known theories of learning

2. Students will be able to recognize important learning and teaching strategies for effective learning

3. Students will be aware of value of global competence and global engagement

4. Students will be able to formulate a novel approach for learning and teaching in medical education

 

Content

 

1. Medical education - its goals and outcomes in content and form, global competence and global engagement

2. Learning theories, learning and teaching, culturally specific teaching

3. Simulation teaching and its forms - High Fidelity simulators in teaching

4. Effective assessment in medical education, OSCEs (Objective Structured Clinical Exam) and its application in Medical Education

5. Classical and active forms of education in medicine, challenge-based learning (lectures, peer-based learning, group-based learning, project-based learning, problem-based learning, case-based learning)

6. Peer-to-peer, near-peer teaching- hands on 

7. Specifics of the clinical teaching, clinical reasoning in Medical Education,  role of reflection in learning and teaching

8. Curriculum development, integrated curriculum, quality enhancement

 

Assessment

Written part – Essay

Oral part

 

 

Course syllabus summary

1. Medical education - its goals and outcomes in content and form, global competence and global engagement

2. Learning theories, learning and teaching, culturally specific teaching

3. Simulation teaching and its forms - High Fidelity simulators in teaching

4. Effective assessment in medical education, OSCEs (Objective Structured Clinical Exam) and its application in Medical Education

5. Classical and active forms of education in medicine, challenge-based learning (lectures, peer-based learning, group-based learning, project-based learning, problem-based learning, case-based learning)

6. Peer-to-peer, near-peer teaching- hands on 

7. Specifics of the clinical teaching, clinical reasoning in Medical Education,  role of reflection in learning and teaching

8. Curriculum development, integrated curriculum, quality enhancement

9. Research in Medical Education

10. Project in Medical Education

 

 

Recommended literature

Hanáček, Mokrý: Trendy v medicínskom vzdelávaní a hodnotenie jeho výsledkov, Osveta, 2018, 255 s.

Dent JA, Harden RM. A Practical Guide for Medical Teachers. 5th ed. Churchill Livingstone Elsevier, 2013. 424 s. ISBN-10: 0702068918

Harden RM, Laidlaw JM. Essential Skills for a medical teacher 2e. An introduction to teaching and learning medicine. Churchill Livingstone Elsevier. 2016. 304 s. ISBN-10: 0702069582

AMEE and BEME Educational Guides

Facebook Group Medical Education

https://www.facebook.com/groups/1871868262870296/

 

 

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