Digital skills for medical students - qualitative evaluation of the curriculum 4.0 "Medicine in the digital age"

Kuhn S, Muller N, Kirchgassner E, Ulzheimer L, Deutsch KL (2020)
GMS journal for medical education 37(6): Doc60 .

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Kuhn, SebastianUniBi; Muller, Natalie; Kirchgassner, Elisa; Ulzheimer, Lisa; Deutsch, Kim Lucia
Abstract / Bemerkung
Introduction: The digital transformation has far-reaching implications for the qualification profile of medical students, which have not been addressed in medical studies so far. Teaching concept: The competence-oriented blended learning curriculum "Medicine in the digital age" has been implemented at Mainz University Medical Centre since 2017. It represents a curricular reform project of the "Curriculum 4.0" program (Stifterverband). In six modules, the qualification requirements for digital skills are addressed. Evaluation Methodology: The qualitative evaluation of the course concept took place in the form of semi-structured interviews. All 58 participants from five courses were interviewed. Results: Using the "Qualitative Content Analysis" according to Philipp Mayring, the statements were divided into deductive main categories (process, content, methodology, learning success, learning experience and conclusion). The results reflect the student's view of the curriculum and the current qualification needs that still need to be specialised. Discussion: The didactic teaching of digital skills is a relevant and highly topical component of the further development of medical studies. In this development, the focus is not only on technological skills, but also on the. Copyright © 2020 Kuhn et al.
Erscheinungsjahr
2020
Zeitschriftentitel
GMS journal for medical education
Band
37
Ausgabe
6
Art.-Nr.
Doc60
eISSN
2366-5017
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https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/2949094

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Kuhn S, Muller N, Kirchgassner E, Ulzheimer L, Deutsch KL. Digital skills for medical students - qualitative evaluation of the curriculum 4.0 "Medicine in the digital age". GMS journal for medical education. 2020;37(6): Doc60 .
Kuhn, S., Muller, N., Kirchgassner, E., Ulzheimer, L., & Deutsch, K. L. (2020). Digital skills for medical students - qualitative evaluation of the curriculum 4.0 "Medicine in the digital age". GMS journal for medical education, 37(6), Doc60 . https://doi.org/10.3205/zma001353
Kuhn, S., Muller, N., Kirchgassner, E., Ulzheimer, L., and Deutsch, K. L. (2020). Digital skills for medical students - qualitative evaluation of the curriculum 4.0 "Medicine in the digital age". GMS journal for medical education 37:Doc60 .
Kuhn, S., et al., 2020. Digital skills for medical students - qualitative evaluation of the curriculum 4.0 "Medicine in the digital age". GMS journal for medical education, 37(6): Doc60 .
S. Kuhn, et al., “Digital skills for medical students - qualitative evaluation of the curriculum 4.0 "Medicine in the digital age"”, GMS journal for medical education, vol. 37, 2020, : Doc60 .
Kuhn, S., Muller, N., Kirchgassner, E., Ulzheimer, L., Deutsch, K.L.: Digital skills for medical students - qualitative evaluation of the curriculum 4.0 "Medicine in the digital age". GMS journal for medical education. 37, : Doc60 (2020).
Kuhn, Sebastian, Muller, Natalie, Kirchgassner, Elisa, Ulzheimer, Lisa, and Deutsch, Kim Lucia. “Digital skills for medical students - qualitative evaluation of the curriculum 4.0 "Medicine in the digital age"”. GMS journal for medical education 37.6 (2020): Doc60 .

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