We are excited to announce that members of DID-ACT will be presenting research from the project alongside other great work at the Medical Education Forum (MEF) 2022 from the 28th-29th of September! DID-ACT partners from Poland, Germany, and the US will be present. The MEF program includes the following topics and slots related to clinical reasoning research:
|Teaching clinical reasoning: four key lessons from the literature||28/9/22|
|Steven Durning, Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, Bethesda, USA|
|Building a European collection of virtual patients for clinical reasoning training within the iCoViP project||28/9/22|
|Inga Hege University of Augsburg, Germany|
|Developing, implementing, and disseminating an adaptive clinical reasoning curriculum for healthcare students and educators: the outcomes of a European project||28/9/22|
|Andrzej A. Kononowicz, Jagiellonian University, Poland|
|Workshop: Tips and tricks on how to teach clinical reasoning effectively supported by virtual patients||29/9/22|
|Inga Hege, Małgorzata Sudacka, Andrzej A. Kononowicz, Steven Durning|
For more information regarding the program that includes a whole session about clinical reasoning, please see the program.
For more information regarding registration, please go to registration
We would be very excited to see you in person or virtually at the MEF2022 and talk about clinical reasoning in healthcare education!
2 Replies to “DID-ACT at the hybrid Medical Education Forum in Kraków on Sep 28-29th 2022”
I am a PhD of medical education in Iran and I want to participate in this program. can you help me?
Thanks for your message! If you need more information or support of any kind, please just send us an email (firstname.lastname@example.org) with your questions and we will get back to you as soon as possible. Thanks a lot and many greetings, Inga Hege