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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

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Task Force 5.

Explore and develop links between medical education and research

(Semmelweis University)

Lajos G. Szollár

9 February, 2006

5 medical education and research
5. Medical Education and Research:

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.

medical education and research core members 1 9 february 2006
Medical Education and Research, Core Members 1.9 February, 2006.
  • Prof. George ChrousosAthensAghia Sophia Children’s [email protected]+30 210 7794023
  • Annamaria GyőrfiTargu MuresUniversity of Medicine and Pharmacy Targu [email protected]+ 40 265 215551/113
  • Maria Trinidad HerreroMurciaUniversity of Murcia, School of Medicine, [email protected]+ 34968364683Fax: + 34968364150
  • Are Holen, Vice Dean for EducationTrondheimFaculty of Medicine, Norwegian University of Sciences and [email protected]+ 47 75590137
  • Jorge J. Garcia SeoaneMadridFacultad de Medicina, Univesidad [email protected]+ 34 913941361
  • Joseé Lenoir, Exchange OfficerAmsterdamFaculty of Medicine, Univesity of [email protected]
  • Richard MarzViennaMedical University of Vienna, Medical Education [email protected]+ 43 1427760870
  • Sylvain MeurisBrusselsFac. Medicine [email protected]
medical education and research core members 2 9 february 2006
Medical Education and Research, Core Members2.9 February, 2006.
  • Carin MuhrUppsalaDept. of Neuroscience, Neurology, Uppsala [email protected]+ 46 704250725
  • Prof. Jörgen NordenströmHuddinge (Sweden)Karolinska University Hospital, Centre for Surgical [email protected]+46 58582311
  • Anna-Lena PaulssonStockholmKarolinska [email protected]
  • Lukas Plank, MD, PhD, Vice Dean MartinJessenius Faculty of [email protected]+ 42 18424133002
  • Dr. Joan RiberaLleida(Spain)University of [email protected]+34 973702415
  • Chris van SchrawendijkBrusselsDiabetes Research Center, Vrye, Brussels [email protected]+ 32 2 4774558+ 32 2 486758430
  • Willem J. van Son, MD, PhDGroningenUniversity Hospital, Internal Medicine Div. of Nephrology/Renal [email protected]+31 503616161
  • Dr. Josanne VassalloGuardamangia (Malta)University of Malta Medical [email protected]@um.edu.mt
features
Features
  • Electronic Survey
  • Questionnaire
    • EUA Trends IV Report
      • National Rectors\' Conference Questionnaire
      • Issues to be addressed during site visits
    • Additional questions suggested by Medine
    • Issues to be addressed (optional or structured?)
      • at graduation
      • at the end of Ph. D. Studies
      • at residency, end of specialty training
      • During CME
target groups
TARGET GROUPS
  • Research exposure and training at undergraduate- one-tier level
  • Research exposure and training at Bachelor and Master (two-tier) levels
  • Research training at Ph. D. (doctoral) level
  • Research training at specialty (residency) level
  • Research training at CME level
medical education and research
Medical Education and Research:
  • April 2006 Task Force Workshop
  • May 2006, Prague Task Force Panel Meeting
  • October 2006 Task Force Workshop
  • November 2006 Collecting Questionnaires
  • April 2007 Analysis of the data, assessment of the results
  • ? 2007 International Symposium, recommendations

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.

the implementation of the bologna process in medical education debomed
The implementation of the Bologna process inmedical educationDEBOMED

Editor

Dr. Vincenzo COSTIGLIOLA,

EMA

[email protected]

Written by

Pr. Colette CREUSY,

Faculté Libre de Médecine – Université Catholique de Lille – France

[email protected]

Coordinated by

European Medical Association “EMA” – Brussels – Belgium

[email protected]

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