MEDSKILL – Development of MEDical SKILLs by Simulation
As of today, the need for practical skills and problem-solving capabilities remains largely unmet in many medical school curricula across Europe. Medical school education, in fact, remains largely anchored to a traditional paradigm of learning a discrete amount of information about pathophysiology principles and illnesses’ descriptions, without worrying about developing the skills necessary to work confidently “on the patient”. Digital tools based on macro-and microsimulation, thanks to their flexibility, effectiveness, accuracy and accessibility may give a fundamental contribution in solving this issue, and we want to apply their potential in undergraduate medical students’ education. The MEDSKILL school will allow students to: 1) get in touch with digital tools that facilitate the study of anatomy, physiology, pathophysiology and clinical reasoning; 2) confront virtual patients/mannequins, interpret their artificial symptoms/signs and make decisions, taking into account the appropriateness of the choice, as well as ethical correlates and sustainability; 3) mimic clinical situations to test patient communication skills, simulate the use of diagnostic equipment, team leaders and interventional therapies.
For the first applicable student in the application process who is enrolled in one of each of the EELISA partner Universities, enrollment fees are waived. Travel and accommodation might be covered, please contact your local EELISA project coordinator.
|Institution||Contact person(s) and position||Email address|
|BME||Sára Tóvölgyi / |
Kata Kapusy / Sándor Kiss
|ENPC||Marie Christine Bertemail@example.com|
|FAU||Eike Trostfirstname.lastname@example.org Eelisa@fau.de|
|PSL-Mines||Alma Catala Lunaemail@example.com|
|SNS||Nicola Tasinatofirstname.lastname@example.org |
|UPM||María Luisa Martínez Munetaemail@example.com|
Undergraduate medical students (V-VII academic year), postgraduate M.D.s candidacies can be evaluated.