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Knowledge Exchange Nodes in Public Health: Two successful practical experiences [4 Cr3 1330 Jimenez] Knowledge Exchange Nodes in Public Health: Two successful practical experiences [4 Cr3 1330 Jimenez] Presentation Transcript

  • Jiminez Pernett, J. et al.: Knowledge Exchange Nodes in Public Health: Two successful practical experiences
    • This slideshow, presented at Medicine 2.0’08 , Sept 4/5 th , 2008, in Toronto, was uploaded on behalf of the presenter by the Medicine 2.0 team
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  • Knowledge Exchange Nodes in Public Health Internet & Health Research Group Andalusian School of Public Health Granada (Spain)
  • Public Health XXI
    • Core Tags:
    • epidemiology biostatistics
    • environmental health
    • health services administration
    • social and behavioural sciences
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  • NEW Public Health XXI
    • Eight New Tags:
    • informatics genomics communication cultural competence
    • community-based participatory research
    • global health policy and law
    • public health ethics
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  • The Age of the Web 2.0
    • new forms of scientific and educational collaboration
    • innovative ways of community-based research, learning, and service.
  • tr-KEN NODES
    • t eaching r esearch
    • K nowledge
    • E xchange
    • N odes
  • Two tr-KEN experiences
    • CVSP – Campus Virtual de Salud Pública de Las Americas
    • Virtual Campus of Public Health
    • BPD – Banco de Buenas Prácticas Docentes en Salud Pública
    • Sharing Public Health Teaching & Learning Experiences
  • http://www.campusvirtualsp.org / CVSP
  • http://campus.easp.es/bpd/ BPD
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  • CVSP Country Nodes
  • CVSP Mission
    • Create
    • Share
    • Develop
    Knowledge in Public Health Teaching and Learning
  • CVSP Old model Courses Repositories & Resources From a warehouse to the Web 2.0
  • CVSP New model Courses Web 2.0 Repositories & Resources Best practices
  • CVSP architecture CVSP Central SPH National Nodes Contents Search Learning objects Research Learning tools Courses
  • Tools
    • Courses
    • Repositories
    • Best Practices
  • Courses
    • PAHO Regional Courses
    Open Course Ware
  • Repositories (resources)
    • Open Courses
    • Learning Objects
    • Research
    • Learning Tools
  • Best Practices
    • A web-based “Bank”
    • Teaching & Learning
    • Public Health
  • WEB 2.0 Social networking Virtual Communities Multimedia Audio & Video Tags Webcasting Podcasting Audioblogs Photos Blogs
  • CVSP & the future
    • From Zero to 2.0
    • Creative Commons Culture
    • Quality of public health education & training
  • Best Practices in Public Health Teaching & Learning
    • CMS for the exchange of educational initiatives in public health
    • Common best-practice platform for all the institutions of VCPH
  • http://campus.easp.es/bpd/ Best Practice Bank Methodologies Database
  • BPD Tools
    • BPD Bank
      • Including successful practical experiences in public health teaching and learning
    • Bibliographic Database on Evidence-Based Teaching & Learning
      • More than 200 critically-appraised documents about teaching methodologies in public health
  • What´s Best Practice?
    • Any “best practice” in public health teaching and learning should:
      • encourage contact between students and faculty communication
      • develop reciprocity and cooperation among students / peer to peer
      • use active learning techniques, constructivist & cognitivist
      • give prompt feedback / sound assessment
      • emphasize time on task / rules of engagement
      • communicate high expectations / sound assessment mirroring professional work
      • respect diverse talents and ways of learning
  • BPD architecture Publish Search VCPH Central Best practices bank Bibliographic database Search Rate Share SPH Teachers BPT website
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  • comment rating
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  • BPD & next stages
    • Great expectations
    • Research project
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  • Summary
    • Evidence based methodologies
    • New technologies & Internet
    • Multimedia & Web 2.0
  • Conclusions (I)
    • Public Health Schools need to create different forms of relationship using an imaginative expansion of the global collaborative culture
    • relevance quality education training
    • worldwide
  • Conclusions (II)
    • Knowledge Exchange Nodes & Networks are “another option ”
    • New knowledge using new technologies
    Free sharing Applied innovation & dissemination
  • THANKS 4 YOUR ATTENTION