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Genderandhealth nahid azad md rupa patel md

www.genderandhealth.ca

Nahid Azad, MD

Rupa Patel, MD


Objectives for merlot

Objectives for MERLOT

  • Introduction of the Gender and Health Project

  • Review of the website and the technology used


Improve patient centred approach

Improve Patient-Centred Approach

  • A gender approach in health

  • Medical schools recognize their social responsibility to educate physicians who can meet the needs of all Canadians.


Project overview

Project Overview

Council of Ontario Universities

Council of Ontario Faculties of Medicine

UE-COFM GIC-COFM

Gender and Health Project


Goal of project

To improve health and health care through the development of a collaborative, web-enabled medical curriculum that integrates gender and health into all aspects of medical education.

This integrated curriculum will be a common provincial resource for use by all Ontario medical schools.

Goal of Project


Learning communities

Learning Communities

  • Undergraduate Deans

  • GIC - COFM and others working in area

  • Site coordinators

  • Students


The gender health curriculum

The “Gender & Health Curriculum”

  • Is an electronic, web-based learning resource

  • Was designed by and for:

    • Ontario undergraduate medical students

    • Instructors in all domains of medical education

    • Curriculum designers at Ontario’s medical schools

  • Was designed to be:

    • Engaging, thorough and flexible

    • Evidence-based

  • Is available for use by:

    • Anyone with access to the internet


Concepts are conveyed

Concepts are conveyed

  • In a text-based, multimedia-rich narrative

  • With non-linear options for in-depth exploration

  • Through multimedia presentations and videos

  • Through interactive activities

  • Through self-reflection exercises


The curriculum focuses on

The curriculum focuses on

  • Setting objectives for each module


The curriculum focuses on1

The curriculum focuses on

  • Setting objectives for each module

  • Including current information


The curriculum focuses on2

The curriculum focuses on

  • Setting objectives for each module

  • Including current information

  • Demonstrating concepts with case studies


The curriculum focuses on3

The curriculum focuses on

  • Setting objectives for each module

  • Including current information

  • Demonstrating concepts with case studies

  • Addressing:

    • Social determinants of health

    • Advocacy

    • Professionalism

    • Boundaries

    • Health as a Human Right

    • Poverty

    • Social Accountability


Learning objects

Learning Objects

  • Repository of discrete learning objects using various methods to engage the learner

  • Accessible for use

  • Can be added to presentations, lectures.


Self authoring tool

Self Authoring Tool

  • Allows educators to modify existing modules

  • Allows educators to create new modules

  • Utilizes XML formatting


Portfolio

Portfolio

  • The portfolio feature of the website tracks the learners use of the website.

  • Can be used to validate participation


E learning

E-Learning

  • Easy access

  • Ease of navigation

  • Peer reviewed content complimented with multimedia and live internet links

  • Interactive case history, quizzes

  • E-portfolio

  • Zero cost


Now what

Now What?

USE IT!

www.genderandhealth.ca


The curriculum includes

The curriculum includes

  • Sixteen modules, covering:

    • An introduction to the role of gender in health

    • The role of gender in specific domains (Cardiovascular Disease, Lung Cancer, Depression, Sex and Sexuality, and nine others)

    • ‘Toolbox modules’ to assist learners in thinking critically about gender in other areas of health and medical education


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