Issue 11/2022

In this issue you find the following Subjects:

  • „Primarily doctor“: Experiences with Medical Didactic Courses of FM-Perceptors of the Practice Year
  • Patient Involvement in Research: What is the Benefit for the Project?
  • Recommendations for the Use of Family Conferences in Family Medicine
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  • Patient Involvement in Research: What is the Benefit for the Project?

    BackgroundActive patient participation in research is becoming increasingly important and contributes to patient-relevant research. In order to gain first experiences with patient participation, a patient advisory...

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  • Recommendations for the Use of Family Conferences in Family Medicine – a Scoping Review

    Background Family conferences are pre-planned meetings between the treatment team, patient, family members and representatives of other involved disciplines on an agreed topic. There is no review of family...

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  • Experiences with Video-Based Assessment under Pandemic-Related Contact Restrictions

    BackgroundDue to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Objective Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE) examinations were cancelled in the short term. This project described how to offer medical students an alternative...

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  • „Primarily Doctor“

    BackgroundAlthough participants evaluated Medical Didactic Courses (MDC) predominantly positively, there continues to be difficulties in the transfer of the learned training content into practice. The objective of...

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  • Die Rolle der Kursstruktur in einem allgemeinmedizinischen Curriculum in der universitären Lehre

    BackgroundThis paper explores the role of providing structure for students within a new blended-learning family medicine curriculum at Saarland University. This study intends to clarify the role of different...

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