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1 RUHR-UNIVERSITY BOCHUM CENTRE FOR MEDICAL EDUCATION Goals, Objectives and Methods for Medical Universities‘ Teaching Staff Training in Germany Thorsten Schäfer

2 Beliefs and Myths CTA  Congenital  Teaching  Ability  Inborn Competencies in Medical Teaching Staff  ?????? No doubt:  Empathy  Enthusiasm  Expertise  Sense of Mission

3 But… …being a good teacher in medicine is more than having  Empathy  Enthusiasm  Expertise  Sense of Mission

4 Goals of Teachers‘ Training in Germany  Prepare and Support Staff to Better Meet the Increasing Demands in Medical Education  Strengthen Leadership Skills  Foster the Implementation of State-of-the- Art Concepts, Contents and Skills

5 Objectives of Teachers‘ Training in Germany Training in  Curriculum Development  Cognitive Psychology  Assessment and Evaluation  Leadership  Educational Research

6 Objectives of Teachers‘ Training in Germany Kern et al., Curriculum development for Medical education. A six-step approach. The Johns Hopkins Univ. Press, 1998

7 Objectives of Teachers‘ Training in Germany Kern et al., Curriculum development for Medical education. A six-step approach. The Johns Hopkins Univ. Press, 1998

8 Objectives of Teachers‘ Training in Germany Kern et al., Curriculum development for Medical education. A six-step approach. The Johns Hopkins Univ. Press, 1998

9 Key Aspects of Curriculum Development  General Needs Assessment  Needs Assessment of Targeted Learners  Learning Goals and Objectives  Educational Strategies  Implementation  Evaluation and Feedback

10 Key Aspects of Curriculum Development  General Needs Assessment  Society, Country, Region,…  Needs Assessment of Targeted Learners  Prior knowledge & skills, actual and future demands, defeat „loss of memory“  Learning Goals and Objectives  Who should learn how much of what by when? And why?

11 Key Aspects of Curriculum Development  Educational Strategies  Learning & Teaching Methods?  Implementation  How to put into action?  Evaluation and Feedback  The right tests and questions at the right time  Draw consequences

12 Methods of Teachers‘ Training in Germany Postgraduate Training Programmes  Training Courses, Seminars, Workshops  Society for Medical Education (GMA)  Local Programmes  Certificates in Medical Education  5 ECTS (+ 3 ECTS)  Master of Medical Education (MME)  60 ECTS, 2 Years, Master Thesis  Doctorate

13 Teaching Staff under Pressure

14 Patient Care

15 Teaching Staff under Pressure Patient Care Research

16 Teaching Staff under Pressure Patient Care Research Teaching Duties

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18 Methods of Teachers‘ Training in Germany

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20 Place an Obligation Participation in Teachers‘ Training Programmes necessary for:  Academic Qualification  Habilitation (Venia legendi)  Professorship  Appointment as Professor  Participation in „Pay for Performance“- Programmes  …

21 Give Incentives…  Prizes for the Best Teacher, Teacher of the Year  Free Parking ;-)  Publish Evaluation Results  Monetary Compensation  Scholarships  Impact „Points“

22 Stepwise Approach to Medical Teaching Qualification  Single Seminars, Courses, Workshops  Certificates: defined minimum requirements  Small  Medium  Large  Master Degree in Medical Education  Master Degree in Higher Education  Doctorate

23 Workshops for Teaching Staff Training at Bochum  Curriculum Design and Planning of Educational Lessons  Tutor Training for Problem-based Learning  Teaching in Seminars and Workshops  Teaching for Large Audiences  Assessment and Evaluation  Communication Skills

24 Extended  How to Present (e.g. Use of Powerpoint)  Rhetoric Training  E-Learning, Web-based Training, Blended Learning  Skills Training  Bedside Teaching  Scientific Writing

25 BW-Certificate Baden-Württemberg  Extended Level  80 Hours (3 ECTS)  Base Level  120 Hours (4 ECTS)

26 NRW-Certificate  Founded 2009  Members:  8 Universities With Medical Faculties  State Academy for Medical Education North Rhine-Westfalia (NRW)

27 Certificate of the Chamber of Physicians (NRW)

28 Certificate NRW 4 Topics  Planning  Teaching and Learning  Assessment and Evaluation  Options Take 5 Courses  1 Planning  1 Teaching and Learning  1 Assessment  2 Options  =120 Hours

29 Master of Medical Education  MME (Bern/Chicago)  MME-D  2 Years  Hours  60 ECTS  Project  Master Thesis

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32 MME - Objectives  Create Competent Experts in Higher Education  Foster Innovations in the Field of Education  Improve Quality of Higher Education (3rd and 4th Level)  Strengthen Educational Research  Increase Individual Career Chances

33 MME Topics in Hours  Fundamentals of Learning and Leading  Communication  Project Management  Curriculum Development  Learning Environment  Assessment  Scholarship  Cognitive Psychology  Educational Change  Educational Research  Visit Abroad  Program Evaluation  Special Topics, Trends in Med. Ed. MME (Bern/Chicago)

34 MME: Multiplier

35 Stepwise Approach to Medical Teaching Qualification  Single Seminars, Courses, Workshops  Certificates: defined minimum requirements  Small  Medium  Large  Master Degree in Medical Education  Master Degree in Higher Education  Doctorate

36 RUHR-UNIVERSITY BOCHUM CENTRE FOR MEDICAL EDUCATION Goals, Objectives and Methods for Medical Universities‘ Teaching Staff Training in Germany Thorsten Schäfer


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