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Instituting systems-based practice and practice-based learning and improvement: a curriculum of inquiry

Andrew P. Wilper, Curtis Scott Smith, William Weppner
2013 Medical Education Online  
The 'Curriculum of Inquiry' generated 11 quality improvement and research projects during the study period.  ...  The Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) requires that training programs integrate system-based practice (SBP) and practice-based learning and improvement (PBLI) into internal medicine  ...  Acknowledgement The authors would like to thank Dr. Antioinette Peters for sharing materials from the Achieving Competency Today curriculum. Conflict of interest and funding Dr.  ... 
doi:10.3402/meo.v18i0.21612 pmid:24044686 pmcid:PMC3776321 fatcat:2thch6stfbayrde3gyuxykh37i

The DigCurV Curriculum Framework. Structure, Context and Approach

Ann Gow, Laura Molloy, Leo Konstantelos
2013 Digital Curation Curriculum Conference  
This paper describes the development of the initial curriculum framework, focusing on the method and theory underpinning the content and structure within the context of the project.  ...  The skills and competences specified in each lens were initially based on the findings of the RIN Information Literacy Taxonomy [3] built by RIN as an enhancement to the Vitae Researcher Development  ...  Longitudinal Evaluation: reiterative review over time, resulting in ongoing improvement.  ... 
dblp:conf/digcurv/GowMK13 fatcat:vg7slqehs5eg7mvftk62eineqe

Lessons learned from three projects to design learning environments that support 'generic' skill development

Barbara Dela Harpe, Alex Radloff
2012 Journal of Learning Design  
Based on the lessons learned from these three projects and those of others reported in the literature, we make recommendations for the design of projects that will have a good chance of success in creating  ...  In this paper, we describe three projects aimed at developing student skills as part of the discipline content in line with current theory and research.  ...  Thus, it is not surprising that attempts to embed skills into the curriculum often create tension, dissonance and resistance.  ... 
doi:10.5204/jld.v1i2.13 fatcat:nabcw7kui5bjhozrobizifbyge

Engaging and empowering first-year students through curriculum design: perspectives from the literature

Catherine Bovill, Cathy J. Bulley, Kate Morss
2011 Teaching in Higher Education  
Acknowledging realities and constraints, we present a framework for the first year curriculum design process based on the literature.  ...  This paper summarises the literature on first year curriculum design linked to student engagement and empowerment.  ...  into the first year of higher education and developing generic academic skills.  ... 
doi:10.1080/13562517.2010.515024 fatcat:qs2fumzdgjbidnym767y5lltnq

Moving From an Implicit to an Explicit Approach of Life Skills Development and Transfer: The Case of Surfing in Schools

Fernando Santos, Corliss Bean, Nuno Azevedo, António Cardoso, Paulo Pereira, Hugo Cruz
2020 SAGE Open  
For the past 2 years, the institutions have worked together to develop a local curriculum for physical education teachers to foster life skills development and transfer in their students.  ...  , (c) the facilitators and barriers that emerged from these efforts, and (d) plans to integrate an explicit approach to sport-based life skills development and transfer.  ...  To date, this will also be the first attempt to develop a life skills-focused program based on the continuum that includes all stakeholders.  ... 
doi:10.1177/2158244020933316 doaj:8928c134b2014d34ad38516a614bea55 fatcat:bgpsccm5lzbo7kamzmi5tujx5q

Teaching technical communication and English language to potential engineers

Yeelin Li, Vivian Li
2013 IEEE International Professonal Communication 2013 Conference  
In order to equip engineering students with the expected English language and communication skills in the workplace, institutions should develop specific programmes to meet their needs.  ...  This paper attempts to demonstrate how the Professional and Technical Communication courses at two universities in Hong Kong help their engineering students develop their language and technical communication  ...  This paper is a work-in-progress paper, as ongoing research to compare the effectiveness of the old and the new curriculums is underway.  ... 
doi:10.1109/ipcc.2013.6623903 dblp:conf/ipcc/LiL13 fatcat:ckmfvlti25ex7c6o5rgqso32di

LO22: Implementation of an electronic clinical decision support tool to improve knowledge translation and imaging appropriateness for patients with mild traumatic brain injury and suspected pulmonary embolism

J. Andruchow, D. Grigat, A. McRae, G. Innes, E. Lang
2017 CJEM: Canadian Journal of Emergency Medical Care  
Evaluation of CDS impact on imaging utilization and appropriateness is ongoing.  ...  Methods: An interactive web-based point-of-care CDS tool was incorporated into computerized physician order entry software to provide real-time evidence-based guidance to emergency physicians for select  ...  Curriculum, Tool, or Material: Didactic lectures and tasktrainer based skills sessions were created to assist the medical students in developing a foundational approach to a patient presenting to the emergency  ... 
doi:10.1017/cem.2017.84 fatcat:6c4slwflwvagvc2f4msqtpscey

Integrating medical communication skills with library skills curricula among first year medical students at the University of the West Indies, St. Augustine

Godfrey Steele, Ernesta Greenidge
2002 Health Information and Libraries Journal  
A two-year study designed to integrate the medical communication skills and library skills curricula at the University of the West Indies, St. Augustine is reported.  ...  The common curriculum is taught using problem-based and traditional lecture methods. Students are drawn from a variety of geographical and ethnic backgrounds, originating from the  ...  Simeon reviewed the statistical procedures and contributed to the analysis of data.  ... 
doi:10.1046/j.1471-1842.2002.00381.x pmid:12485150 fatcat:c3dp6fwr5fgetnwlj4iotdcqpm

During the last thirty years the rapid development of technology has left many educators struggling to come to terms with the changes the integration of technology brings to the teaching-learning environment. Governments and education administrators aroun

Barbara Combes
2021 IASL Annual Conference Proceedings  
The purpose of this article is to briefly review the research on the impact of technology in education, determine some of the recurrent issues identified by the research and to examine the role of the  ...  Thus the impact of technology in education and on learning has been the subject of much debate and an increasing body of research has endeavoured to assess the impact of various technologies on student  ...  Research studies tended to focus on the use of drill and practice programs to improve basic skill development and early programming languages were introduced to help students get jobs (Charp, 1997) .  ... 
doi:10.29173/iasl7992 fatcat:ttya63eyr5hrldu6aynnx5cr4a

The Statewide Campus System Scholarly Activity Developmental Planning Framework for Community-Based GME Leaders

William Corser, Brandy Church, Jonathan Rohrer, Kari Hortos
2018 Spartan Medical Research Journal  
The GME literature to date has frequently provided general commentaries regarding individual project strategies or oriented to settings with greater project-related resources.  ...  Specifically, updated scholarly activity standards emphasize a consistent volume and quantity of quality improvement/research projects and dissemination products.  ...  Impact of a competency based curriculum on quality improvement among internal medicine residents. BMC Med Educ. 2014;14:252. 28. Lennon RP, Oberhofer AL, McNair V, Keck JW.  ... 
pmid:33655133 pmcid:PMC7746042 fatcat:77czhltfjzhhjerb65xhyl2agm

South African teachers' perspectives on support received in implementing curriculum changes

Samantha GovenderGovender
2018 South African Journal of Education  
the ground for a new and integrated framework offering much-needed effective, systematic, ongoing professional development programmes that translate into improved teaching practice and learning success  ...  This article focuses on their experiences of the government-based Foundations for Learning Campaign in schools in the uThungulu district, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa.  ...  improved by ensuring that all teachers in grades One to Three incorporate the teaching of reading and numeracy skills every day into their lessons.  ... 
doi:10.15700/saje.v38ns2a1484 fatcat:ovibx5hgfrcc7aie2ihpmlj3dq

A Comparative Analysis of Medical Education Models and Curriculums of A Medical University and A Medical Education Center

QU Fanwei, HE Jin, MA Hua, JIANG Yanling, ZHAO Wenlan, Virasakdi Chongsuvivatwong, JIANG Runsheng
2019 Journal of Nepal Medical Association  
We need to integrate the various foundational and clinical disciplines into an organ system based curriculum, not just in form, but also in function and purpose.  ...  teaching methods such as case based learning and problem based learning have been worked into the basic science, laboratory, and clerkship/internship sessions.  ...  Contributions by the teachers from KMU and PSU and all medical postgraduates who participated in the surveys are recognized and appreciated; without them this study would not have been possible.  ... 
doi:10.31729/jnma.4107 fatcat:nmrdnubnzrboxavfv5oztut3v4

Robotic biotissue curriculum for teaching the robotic pancreatoduodenectomy

Amr I. Al Abbas, Melissa E. Hogg
2018 Annals of Pancreatic Cancer  
The biotissue curriculum in the context of the proficiency based robotic curriculum serves to help trainees achieve proficiency while mitigating the learning curve.  ...  The Biotissue Curriculum is the second step of the proficiency-based robotic surgery curriculum at the University of Pittsburgh.  ...  AI Al Abbas has no conflicts of interest to declare.  ... 
doi:10.21037/apc.2018.01.06 fatcat:w3ms65itqrbs7d7slqjb43h5oq

Introduction to the Pediatric Hospital Medicine Core Competencies

2010 Journal of Hospital Medicine  
The Pediatric Hospital Medicine Core Competencies represent the first comprehensive attempt to more formally define the standards for the knowledge, skills, attitudes, and focus on systems improvements  ...  and skill set focused on the provision of high quality general pediatric care in the inpatient setting.  ... 
doi:10.1002/jhm.718 fatcat:66lzbthzajcn5ecmnxmk2jroxe

Faculty‐librarian partnerships in Australian higher education: critical dimensions

Christine Bruce
2001 Reference Services Review  
This paper explores emerging partnerships in diverse areas, including research and scholarship, curriculum, policy, supervision, and staff development.  ...  They are in the early phases of development and result from a broad focus on the learning and information literacy needs of students, as opposed to a narrow focus on using the library and its information  ...  The recently piloted Griffith Graduate Project adopts a student centred approach to improving learning across nine generic skill areas, including: self-management skills, interpersonal skills, problem-solving  ... 
doi:10.1108/00907320110394146 fatcat:b5qxqj3k2ndk7ojieiqwksg2aa
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