Konference MEFANET 2016
KonferenceZvané přednášky

Zvané přednášky

Konference MEFANET nabídla i v roce 2017 zvané přednášky, které tradičně přednesli významní odborníci a experti z daných oblastí.

Inga Hege

Inga Hege

Institute for Medical Education at LMU Muenchen, Germany & Geisel Medical School at Dartmouth, Hanover, NH USA

Learning clinical reasoning in virtual environments

Abstract: Clinical reasoning is a complex set of skills healthcare students have to acquire during their education. However, especially in virtual environments it is still not clear how clinical reasoning can be taught in an optimal way. We developed a research-based tool following a concept mapping approach that supports the clinical reasoning process. Four qualitative and quantitative studies revealed several interesting results. For example, the patient representation influences the clinical reasoning process in various aspects. We conclude that careful emphasis should be put on instructional design aspects, such as cognitive load, complexity, patient presentation, feedback, and adaptability to learners needs.

Sascha Benjamin Cohen

Sascha Cohen

Enhanced Education unit, UCSF School of Medicine’s Technology (San Francisco, United States)

Divergent paths / convergent needs: Observations on a decade of educational technology in medical education and its relationship to developing models of pedagogy

Abstract: There have been many new trends introduced to medical education since the beginning of the 21st century: competency-based models, EPAs, mapping systems, asynchronous learning, integrated and accelerated progressions thru the curricula, interprofessional team-based curricula and more. Too often these have diverged from the process of developing the technologies that would allow for practical implementation of these models, leaving a wide rift in thinking between pedagogical aims, and the tools available to support those aims. This talk looks at impressions from a decade in the field, and proposes ways of thinking about a more convergent culture and means of moving forward.