第103回東京大学医学教育セミナー

テーマ “Reimagining Medical School: The Innovative Medical School Curriculum at Penn State College of Medicine – University Park Regional Campus”
日時 2017年10月27日(金) 18時00分~19時30分
資料 講演ポスター 講演スライド
会場 東京大学医学部 総合中央館 3階 333会議室
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講師 ジェフリー・ウォン 先生(Jeffrey G. Wong, MD, FACP)
ペンシルベニア州立大学 ユニバーシティパーク校
リージョナル・キャンパス医学部 副学部長
平成24年度東京大学医学教育国際協力研究センター 特任教授
要旨 Prior to receiving the MD degree, education for students in medical school has generally followed a traditional format. First, there is an initial period of instruction conducted within a classroom or a lecture hall or a laboratory where the subject matter of medical science is taught. Courses are created based on scientific disciplines or, in more integrated curricula, based on organ systems or systemic bodily processes and taught in a scheduled sequence determined by the teacher or the school. After this period, students are then immersed in clinical settings with patients and physicians/nurses/health professionals and try to apply that which they learned in the classroom into this new, real-life context.
The premise of the new innovative Penn State Curriculum is that learning could be better achieved if it is done in a real-life context from the beginning. As such, our new curriculum places students very early in their education (even before they “know” anything medical) into authentic patient care experiences, not a junior doctors, but more in a health systems navigator role wherein they are involved with real patient with real conditions that generated for them real questions. Those questions are then brought back to a small group of peers and discussed with a physician educator and, in this fashion, the subject matter of medical science is learned.
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