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Design, implementation and evaluation of a community health training program in an integrated problem-based medical curriculum: a fifteen-year experience at the University of Geneva Faculty of Medicine

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Published in Medical Education Online. 2012, vol. 17, p. 16741
Abstract In the literature the need for relevance in medical education and training has been stressed. In the last 40 years medical schools have been challenged to train doctors competent to respond to community health needs. In the mid-90s the University of Geneva Faculty of Medicine introduced an integrated medical curriculum. In this initiative a particular emphasis was put in introducing a 6-year longitudinal and multidisciplinary Community Health Program (CHP).
Keywords Basic science educationBedside teachingCase presentationsClinical educationclinical skillsCommunication skillsContinuing educationCurriculum developmentEducationExpertiseFaculty developmentFeedbackGraduate medical educationMedicalMedical educationMedical studentsMentoring pediatricsRecruitmentTeachingUndergraduate
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CHASTONAY, Philippe et al. Design, implementation and evaluation of a community health training program in an integrated problem-based medical curriculum: a fifteen-year experience at the University of Geneva Faculty of Medicine. In: Medical Education Online, 2012, vol. 17, p. 16741. https://archive-ouverte.unige.ch/unige:24695

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