South Africa

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South Africa by Mind Map: South Africa

1. Small group teaching

2. End-module assessment (E-learning)

3. Projects and Administrative

4. Type of hospital

5. CV Writing skills

6. 14. Trustworthiness

7. Bedside teaching

8. Religion & Medicine

8.1. Spiritual counseling (breaking bad news)

8.2. read common Fatwa for common disease and procedure for the specialty

9. Cardiology

9.1. Clinical procedures

9.2. Clinical skills

9.3. Topics

10. Neurology

10.1. Clinical procedures

10.2. Clinical skills

10.3. Topics

11. 5- Teaching methods

11.1. Virtual/E-learnig

11.1.1. Online modules (based on the tasks)

11.1.2. Online lecturing

11.1.3. Videoconferencing

11.1.4. Small group discussion Asynchronous discussion forums blogs wiki Synchronous live chating

11.2. Face-2-face

11.2.1. Leactures

11.2.2. Workshops

11.3. Lab

11.4. On-job Training

11.4.1. Clinics

11.4.2. surgical

11.4.3. bedside

11.4.4. ER

12. 2- Out-Come based Meta-Competencies

12.1. Web link

13. 10- Quality assurance

13.1. Evaluation of teaching and learning

13.1.1. E-learning Feasability collaborative learning-knowledge construction

13.2. Assessment

13.2.1. blue printing

13.3. Auditing

13.4. Stakeholders involvement

13.5. Cont. Evaluation

14. 4- Contents

14.1. Longitudinal courses

14.1.1. Professionalism & Ethics Attributes of the healer, professional & both (McGill model) 1. Caring & compassion 2. Insight 3. Openness 4. Respect for the healing function 5. Respect for patient dignity and autonomy 6. Presence 7. Competence 8. Commitment 9. Confidentiality 10. Autonomy 11. Altruism 12. Integrity and honesty 13. Morality and ethical conduct 15. Responsibility to the profession 16. Self-regulation 17. Responsibility to society 18. Teamwork Dress code Career Planning Process of specialty selection Job Interview skills Informed consent Decision making

14.1.2. Personal Leadership Conflict resolution Coping with stress Dealing with errors Personal statement skills Self-confidence & acknowledging limitations Physician wellness Time management Punctuality

14.1.3. Communication skills Physician-patient interaction Information gathering & listening skills Explanation & planning, decision making, negotiating Relationship building Counseling and psychosocial therapy Third-party communication (significant others) Enhance patient's ability to communicate Communication issues Culture, ethics, gender Special needs: elderly, young, challenged, low literacy, difficult, aggressive Dealing with feelings Confrontation Breaking bad news, death, and dying Malpractice Communication with self Thought process, critical reasoning and problem solving Attitudes and feelings Reflection & self-evaluation Dealing with stress Handling mistakes and failures Biases Communication with other professionals: coordination of care within and between teams Colleagues in medicine Colleagues in nursing and allied health professions Teams Administrators Researchers Making presentations Discussion leadership Communicating at a distance Telephone MEDICAL RECORDS Fax Letters Computer-assisted interviewing and consultations Telemedicine Databases, websites, electronic networks Newspapers, magazines, scientific journals Communicating with the public (health promotion/advocacy) Pamphlets, brochures, posters Radio & TV health education campaigns Edutainment Public speaking

14.1.4. Presentation Skills Resources Planning Technique Slides preparation Clinical Presentations At rounds At conferences

14.1.5. Teamwork Understand concept of teamwork & collaboration Know strategies to facilitate teamwork Ability to chair meetings Conflict resolution

14.1.6. EBM How to do a literature search? How to critically appraise a paper?

14.1.7. Research Methodology How to pose a research question? How to choose a proper study design? How to choose a proper statistical test? How to write a paper?

14.1.8. Teaching Skills Basics of teaching medical students Lifelong learning

14.1.9. Health advocacy

14.2. Rotations/blocks/courses

14.2.1. Medicine Gastroenterology Clinical procedures Clinical skills Topics Dermatology Clinical skills Clinical procedures Topics Endocrine Clinical procedures Clinical skills Topics Pulmonology Clinical procedures Clinical skills Topics

14.2.2. Surgery General Surgery Clinical skills Clinical procedures Topics Neurosurgery Clinical skills Clinical procedures Topics Vascular surgery Clinical skills Clinical procedures Topics Cardiothoracic Clinical skills Clinical procedures Topics Plastic surgery Clinical skills Clinical procedures Topics ENT Clinical skills Clinical procedures Topics Ophthalmology Clinical skills Clinical procedures Topics Orthopaedics Clinical skills Clinical procedures Topics

14.2.3. Obe/gyn Clinical skills neonatal resuscitation program NRP Advanced Life Support in Obstetrics (ALSO) normal vaginal delivery assessment of normal laboring women assessment of abnormal bleeding and treatment clinical rounds Clinical procedures episiotmy laceration amniotomy basic surgical skils CTG application Topics Labor abnormal bleeding emergency obstetrics and gynecology

14.2.4. Pediatrics Clinical skills Clinical procedures Topics

14.2.5. ER Clinical skills BCLS ACLS ATLS (?TEAM) Conscious sedation ALSO NRP Clinical procedures Topics

14.2.6. Family Medicine Clinical skills Clinical procedures Topics

14.2.7. Elective

14.3. Task-based education

14.3.1. 1- Core (Package :-) )and must to cover EBM CPR (BLS ACLS) Trauma HTN DM BA Well-Baby NRP Communication skills Common public heath problems ALSO

14.3.2. 2- common clinical presentations

14.3.3. 3- Great to cover Research skills Teaching skills

15. 3- Methods, strategies, approaches for the education

15.1. 1- Task-Based education

15.2. 2- internet based education (e-learning)

15.3. 3- Clinical rotations

15.4. 4- integration

15.5. 5- patient-centered "combativeness"

15.6. 6- intern- centered

15.7. 7- community oriented

16. 1- Need Assessment and analysis

16.1. Develop team

16.2. understand the current situation Saudi/ other experience

16.3. Develop a methodological approach

16.4. Need assessment

16.5. It is counti. effort

16.6. logistics and support

16.7. Advocate

17. 7- Educational Environment

17.1. area of the hospital

17.1.1. 6- Assessment Methods Formative- inforamal Portfolio / e-portfolio Self-assessment 360 degree assessment Global assessment - current end-rotation evaluation !! ;-0 Summative - Formal clinical based assessment Peer assessment SLE / national test :-) End-Rotation assessment (clinical/written) add the assessment as a part of the bachelor degree

18. 8- Communication

18.1. within and between the curriculum developer (CD) teams

18.1.1. Email

18.1.2. twitter

18.1.3. regular meetings

18.2. CD and policy makers

18.2.1. regular meetings

18.3. interns

18.3.1. emails

18.4. trainers

18.5. community public media

18.6. hospitals

18.7. other stakeholders

18.8. training centers and Uni

19. 9- Policies and procedures / Implementation

19.1. Authorship

19.2. Communication between different committees

19.3. Curriculum Development

19.3.1. Subcommittees communication

19.3.2. Writing learning outcomes/objectives

19.4. Teaching Methods

19.4.1. P&P approval of teaching methods

19.4.2. P&P choice of different teaching methods

19.5. Assessment Methods

19.5.1. P&P on choice of assessment methods

20. The Project's General Strategic Plan

20.1. The mission, Vision

20.2. The project outcomes

20.3. Logo

20.4. Core Values & Strategies

20.5. Value chain

20.6. General Situation analysis - SWAT, PEST

20.7. Primary RoadMap

20.8. Project Management

20.8.1. Process Monitoring and controlling Executing

20.8.2. Resource

20.8.3. teams - groups

20.8.4. Project Risk

20.8.5. Project cost

20.8.6. Project Schedule/Timeline