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The impact of the course The Art of Teaching Medicine: Evaluation of the Croatian model of training in medical education


Čikeš, Nada; Vrcić Keglević, Mladenka; Luetić, Tomislav; Pavleković, Gordana; Bradamante, Želimir; Jakšić, Želimir
The impact of the course The Art of Teaching Medicine: Evaluation of the Croatian model of training in medical education // Highlights in Medical Education
Trondheim: AMEE, 2007. str. 122-122 (poster, međunarodna recenzija, sažetak, ostalo)


Naslov
The impact of the course The Art of Teaching Medicine: Evaluation of the Croatian model of training in medical education

Autori
Čikeš, Nada ; Vrcić Keglević, Mladenka ; Luetić, Tomislav ; Pavleković, Gordana ; Bradamante, Želimir ; Jakšić, Želimir

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Sažeci sa skupova, sažetak, ostalo

Izvornik
Highlights in Medical Education / - Trondheim : AMEE, 2007, 122-122

Skup
Highlights in Medical Education

Mjesto i datum
Trondheim, Norveška, 25-29 August 2007

Vrsta sudjelovanja
Poster

Vrsta recenzije
Međunarodna recenzija

Ključne riječi
Medical education; training in medical education; Medcal School Zagreb

Sažetak
Medical School, University of Zagreb has recognised the need for changes in the way its medical curriculum is delivered. Several activities have been implemented to meet these challenges: (a) the new curriculum has been developed and implemented based on the core competencies for doctors working in the 21st century identified from the relevant academic and professional societies ; (b) the introduction and development of innovative teaching and learning methods ; (c) more opportunities for student feedback and evaluation of the curriculum ; (d) formal training courses for those staff involved in delivering medical education, particularly young medical teachers at the beginning of their professional careers, and (e) quality assurance of the training provided. Since 2000, the Course has been delivered to 169 participants, mainly staff at Medical School Zagreb (122). All participants have been young or early career teachers from a range of different medical disciplines (clinical medicine, out-patient care, basic sciences, and public health). Since 2006 the course has been made compulsory requirement for staff involved in medical education within the faculty, and part of the career development process for assistant professors. The course impact was analysed using students' assessment of all medical teachers within the Medical School Zagreb. Student feedback was compared with their mean grade, with those who passed the course, and their views as to how many of the teachers implemented innovative teaching and learning (modules) within the medical curriculum. The mean grade for all faculty (overall assessment by students on scale 1 the lowest to 7 the maximum grade) was 5, 1± 2, 3, but for young or early career teachers who had participated in the training programme, this was higher at 5, 9± 1, 2. During the last seven years 15% of the trained faculty has introduced innovative modules in their teaching practice, mainly in electives.

Izvorni jezik
Engleski

Znanstvena područja
Javno zdravstvo i zdravstvena zaštita



POVEZANOST RADA


Projekt / tema
108-1081871-1897 - Utjecaj organizirane edukacije na kvalitetu rada u izvanbolničkoj zaštiti (Gordana Pavleković, )

Ustanove
Medicinski fakultet, Zagreb