Visit of the expert team of the MUNI 4.0 project in Krakow
Part of the MUNI 4.0 expert team, which covers first aid and propedeutics courses, together with the OSCE technical team, visited the Jagiellonian University in Krakow.
During the three days, representatives of the Faculty of Medicine visited the OSCE Objective Structured Clinical Examination, which took place in the framework of real teaching in practice and received advanced training focused on the design of individual OSCE scenarios.
Under the guidance of experienced lecturers it was possible to test the application of structured forms for the evaluation of students and stations.
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The newly emerging Simulation Center of the Faculty of Medicine of Masaryk University is a workplace where medical students learn clinical skills in a safe environment without the risk of harm to the patient. The simulation center provides the background for the application of a wide range of modern teaching methods of simulation medicine. More about the workplace on the website: https://www.med.muni.cz/simu/en
SIMUportfolio platform as support for OSCE
The introduction of practical examinations in the teaching of medical students (so-called OSCE - Objective Structured Clinical Examination) at LF Mu is, among other things, supported by the SIMUportfolio platform, which is developed by the Webstudio IBA LF MU team. This platform was presented in detail at this year's CSEDU conference, which took place on 2. - 4. May 2020. We do not mention the venue this time, as the event took place completely online.
The SIMU expert team will not idle even during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Especially during the current epidemiological crisis, restriction of public movement and contact education at all universities, it is important to maintain as much clinically-oriented instruction as possible, not only undergraduate but also postgraduate.
The Implementation of MedBiquitous Standards in Medical and Healthcare Education
This webinar introduced our experience in the domain of technology-enhanced learning in medical and healthcare education in relation to international guidelines and standards guaranteed by MedBiquitous.