This project combines skill sets of both academic and enterprise partners to make Scenario Based Learning (SBL) more accessible for a wide range of professions. Developments will include the ability to embed SBL activities directly into learning platforms and Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs).
The overall objective of this project is to introduce innovative pedagogical methods that will provide training for students against medical error. TAME will innovate curricula towards teaching and learning in a safe environment and closer to the needs of real practice, where medical errors occur.
MEDCIN proposes an innovative methodological background including web-based visualization tool for comprehensive evaluation and map of medical curricula with the use of modern information and communication technologies. We aim to identify and validate novel, potentially useful patterns, which will significantly help curriculum managers/evaluators to make right decisions, and afterwards build a well-balanced medical curriculum.
The project will be based on the MedBiquitous Consortium, the leading organization in the development and promotion of technology standards for the health professions.