2Time line… 2008 NARS 2nd Edition 14 SEP 2008 Program needs to be [Insert Lecture Name Here]Time line…14 SEP 2008Program needs to beOutcome basedSystem IntegratedProblem OrientedFaculty Council & University councils approvals of ney bylaws201412DEC 2009Credit Hours Rule+ Content selection & Allocation within modules12 MAY 2009Program Aims & ILOsSharJa VisitMarch 20122008 NARS2nd EditionWhat we are advancing today took more than 6 years to become formulated, approved and implementedProposed New Bylaws RejectedSEP 2010Professor A. Fayez died in a car accidentMay 2012Sector Committee &SCU approvals201408 NOV 2008 Approved a General frame based on System based modulesSlide 2
3The Extended Modular Program is a-6-year Program Core content addressing personal and professional development for ALL studentsOptional summer courses:Health Profession EducationHealth Care ManagementHealth Care Q.A.
5First Three Years First year 1st semester Foundations 2nd semester Second yearModulesThird yearPPD
6First Three Years First year 1st semester Foundations 2nd semester Second yearModulesThird yearPPDDisciplines sharing in modules:AnatomyPhysiologyHistologyBiochemistryPathologyPharmacologyMicrobiologyParasitologyRelevant clinicalSystems:Integumentary / LocomotorBlood/ LymphaticCVSRespiratoryDigestive- Nutrition -UrinaryGenitalEndocrine - MetabolismNervousInfection & ImmunityMultisystem
7Preparation for practice Last Three YearsFourth yearMedicine 1Surgery 1Pediatrics 1Ob/Gyn 1SystemsFifth yearMedicine 2Surgery 2Pediatrics 2Ob/Gyn 2ENTOphthalmologySpecialsSixth yearMedicine 3Surgery 3EmergencyForensic/ ToxicologyPreparation for practiceEpidemiologySystems:CVSRespiratoryDigestiveUrinaryGenitalEndocrineIntegumentaryLocomotorBlood/ LymphaticNervous
8Last Year Final Semester = Pre-internship 4 major subjects revisited in a longitudinal integrated clerkship
9Core Personal Development Topics Year 1How do we learn?Learning skills (eg. critical thinking,creative thinking, communicating,and collaborating. )Time ManagementPresentation skillsGroup DynamicsYear 2Problem solving skills Basic concepts in Medical EducationMind Mapping (concept) Introduction to communication skillsYear 3Project Management Team BuildingLeadership Skills Evidence Based Medicine (concept)Year 4Communication skills for health care professionals(written, verbal, consultation request & reply, referral letter, medical report)Year 5Training in Cochrane collaboration regional officeYear 6Principles of Health Care Finance, Health Care MarketingChange Management learning skills: critical thinking, creative thinking, communicating, and collaborating.
10taking increasing responsibilities regarding their own learning This program is designed for ambitious students who are willing to be actively engaged in their education processtaking increasing responsibilities regarding their own learningPrerequisites of acceptance into the program
11The EMP aims to prepare a medical graduate who is… Motivated life long learnerEquipped with adequate integrated knowledge, professional and generic skillsAcquainted with the modern health care facilities and problemsAcquired the bases of professional attitudeReady to engage as an active member of the health care provider teamThe EMP aims o prepare a medical graduate;Motivated life long learnerEquipped with the adequate integrated knowledge, professional and generic skillsAcquainted with the modern health care facilities and problemsAcquired the bases of professional attitudeReady to engage as an active member of the health care provider team
12Educational concepts underpinning the program Help students to form their own mental networkActive engagement of students in their own learningEncouraging group activitiesEarly clinical exposureLearning by DoingActive engagement of students in their own learning (given increasing learning responsibilities with proper follow up and monitoring)Help students to form their own mental network by continuously connecting related informationEncouraging group activities (explore the power of the group), while respecting individuality and personal creativityEarly clinical exposureLearning by Doing
13We Have A Strategy To Develop A Motivated, Life Long Learner? Engage him/her in the educational sessionText books use mentoring & guidanceProvide a variety of learning activities for students with different learning stylesMonitoring students’ progress1. Engage him/her in the educational session by:Providing pre-activity readingsIn-session engagement (structured lecture, students’ interaction)Post session assignment & follow-up2. Text books use mentoring & guidance3. Monitor students’ progressFollow-up small group interactive sessionsTeam based learning sessionsFormative assessmentContinuous assessment4. Provide a variety of learning activities for students with different learning styles
14Contact hours will be used to Explain global concepts and important relations,Give examples to apply knowledge gainedEngage students actively within the learning activityStimulate students to explore more knowledge on their own (Directed self learning)Assessing that students are engaged in the educational activities assignedCorrect students misconceptionNO more poon-feeding..the instructor assumes the role of a facilitatorFacilitators are expected NOT to waste contact hours providing information that can be gained easily by students if they were instructed to do so
15Our Instructors are trained to… Be open mindedMentor and guideAccept new ideasGenerate new ideasCooperate with each othersBe an integral part of the whole pictureThey are trained to facilitate this inquiry based learning atmosphere
16Its is hoped that…The Extended Modular Program would lead the advancement of medical education, not only in Ain Shams Faculty of Medicine but also in the whole region through a holistic vision of the medical graduate attributes suitable to face the medical practice challenges of the present and future.And as stated in our vision for the future