Training for Medical Education via Innovative eTechnology (MediTec)
- Project Identification
- Project Period
- 10/2017 - 8/2021
- Investor / Pogramme / Project type
- Erasmus+ Key Action 2: Cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices
- Capacity Building in the field of higher education
- MU Faculty or unit
- Faculty of Medicine
- Cooperating Organization
- Responsible person Prof. Dr. Svantje Heischkel
The Aim is support and modernize of medical education by establishment of an innovative training center with realistic simulation models in order to improve the training of practical skills and soft skills in medical education for universities in JO,IR and IQ (Jordan, Iran and Iraq) Wider objective: -Establishing a training center to train teachers and students on innovative medical technology (Medical Learning Platform such as Zspace) ‐Training on innovative technologies in EU universities ‐ Adapting training on innovative technology in teaching process ‐ Enhancement of training‐methodical complexes on bases of modernized training courses ‐ Development and Providing multimedia and materials for training on innovative technologies in universities Implementation - 2 weeks Training for students in each EU partner county.
The input of the Masaryk University CeKZ for this project is seen in:
Mapping of existing curricula of Biomedical and Medical Informatics and collation of results to identify opportunities and existing gaps. Analysis of needs of future healthcare systems with respect to BMI (trends, scenarios) and definition of necessary competences of trainees to be achieved after completing the proposed training.
Development of training processes and materials flexible and robust enough to withstand the rapid and dynamic interactions on the interface of medicine and digital technologies
Help to assure, that developed training materials confirm with state-of-the art in the area of patient safety and quality and that training materials strengthen the skills in professional communication and collaboration (team-working) on all levels of trained stakeholders. Pilot test the produced environment, processes, tools and educational materials on students of the Masaryk University, Faculty of medicine and gather feedback for the improvement of produced project outputs.