Overall, the DID-ACT train-the-trainer course includes 8 learning units for educators in the health professions.
Why should I use the DID-ACT train-the-trainer course?
The learning units focus on how the different aspects of clinical reasoning can be taught to students. Topics include models and theories of clinical reasoning, cognitive errors and biase, or differences and similarities of clinical reasoning in the health professions. For an overvie about all learning units, please see our published blueprint.
Who can use the course?
The DID-ACT train-the-trainer course is designed for health professionals and educators. The learning units can be integrated into existing faculty development programs and used also in interprofessional contexts. We recommend working through the related train-the-trainer unit before teaching one of the student learning units.
What is the format of the course?
The learning units are designed in a blended learning format, i.e. a combination of self-study online phases and synchronous teaching sessions with a facilitator. However, you can also use all learning units in a self-directed way by yourself.
How can I access the curriculum?
Please go to https://did-act.instruct.eu and login via Shibboleth with your University credentials or register yourself with an email address (detailed instructions).
If you want to teach one of the train-the-trainer courses to educators and clinicians at your institutions, please see our moodle course on “Tips and resources for the train-the-trainer courses” for more information.