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Learning And Teaching About The Impact Of Medicalisation

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Presentation from 18th EURACT Bled Course, September 29th, 2009

Presentation from 18th EURACT Bled Course, September 29th, 2009

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  • 1. LEARNING AND TEACHING ABOUT THE IMPACT OF MEDICALISATION IN GENERAL PRACTICE/FAMILY MEDICINE 18th INTERNATIONAL EURACT BLED COURSE Bled, Slovenia: September 29th – October 3rd, 2009
  • 2. Aims of the course
    • The course is aiming at the educators in primary care who are involved in teaching at university or practice level.
  • 3. After the course the participants should …
    • Know what is medicalisation
    • Understand the reasons for medicalisation
    • Know about medicalisation of the start to the end of life
    • Accept different statements of physicians to the medicalisation
    • Appreciate pharmacist’ perspective on medicalisation
    • Value of patients perspective to the medicalisation
    • Recognize, that medical students and trainees should learn about medicalisation
  • 4. Teaching methods
    • During the course
      • keynote presentations,
      • group work,
      • role-play,
      • fieldwork and
      • discussions will be held.
    • Country reports on research in GP/FP will be presented during Saturday morning plenary session.
  • 5. Course directors
    • Manfred Maier (Austria)
    • Jaime Correia de Sousa (Portugal)
    • Yonah Yaphe (Israel)
    • Justin Allen (Great Britain)
    • Janko Kersnik (Slovenia)
    • Marija Petek-Ster (Slovenia)
  • 6. Local organisation
    • Nena Kopcavar-Gucek
    • Marko Kocijan
    • Marija Petek-Ster
    • Leopold Zonik
    • Katja Pesjak
  • 7. Time table
    • Work and fun
  • 8. Social events
    • trekking,
    • dancing lessons,
    • Bled sightseeing,
    • vine inspection,
    • water polo game,
    • farewell dinner,
    • etc.
  • 9. Introduction by the participants
    • Please, give your name, current position and/or work related to teaching.
    • Explain in short attitudes, eventual research and/or teaching concerning medicalisation in your country.
    • What are your expectations of this course.
  • 10. Welcome to EURACT Bled course!

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