Task Force 5. Explore and develop links between medical education and research (Semmelweis University) Lajos G. S z oll á r 9 February, 2006. 5. Medical Education and Research:. Core Task Force established, representing 1 2 countries. A review of published survey
Task Force 5.
Explore and develop links between medical education and research
Lajos G. Szollár
9 February, 2006
CoreTask Force established, representing 12
countries. A review of published survey
results is being carried out, with a view to
creating a questionnaire that will identify the
actual amount of research content in medical
education curricula across Europe.
Task Force members and otherpartners will be asked to improvethe accuracy of a questionnairecomparing current medicaleducation schemes in EU countriesand determine the ratio of researchprograms in relation to otheractivities in undergraduate andpostgraduate training.
Semmelweis University, with representation frominterested partners.
Information to be used to prepare adocument on research activity.
Dr. Vincenzo COSTIGLIOLA,
Pr. Colette CREUSY,
Faculté Libre de Médecine – Université Catholique de Lille – France
European Medical Association “EMA” – Brussels – Belgium