Successfully reported this slideshow.
We use your LinkedIn profile and activity data to personalize ads and to show you more relevant ads. You can change your ad preferences anytime.

Technology & Medical Education

1,024 views

Published on

Presentation at the annual convention of the Association of the Philippine Medical Colleges. Davao City 6 Feb 2015.

Published in: Education
  • Be the first to comment

Technology & Medical Education

  1. 1. #Tech + #MedEd Iris Thiele Isip Tan MD, MSc Chief, UP Medical Informatics Unit Professor, UP College of Medicine @endocrine_witch #HealthXPh Co-founder 6 Feb 2015 By Antonio Zugaldia (http://www.flickr.com/photos/azugaldia/ 7457645618) via Wikimedia Commons Friday, February 6, 15
  2. 2. O S I R I S ORGAN SYSTEMS INTEGRATED RESOURCE INVENTORY SYSTEM http://wiki.rscwmsystems.org.uk/ index.php/File:Moodle-logo.jpg Friday, February 6, 15
  3. 3. PROJECT DATE PROPONENT 2012- MIU, MEU & ADAD USE OF UVLE TO ENHANCE THE OSI CURRICULUM OF THE UPCM DILIMAN INTERACTIVE LEARNING CENTER Friday, February 6, 15
  4. 4. Where are we? Where are we going? How do we know we have gotten there? PRINCIPLES & METHODS OF SUCCESSFUL INTEGRATION OF TECHNOLOGY INTO MEDICAL EDUCATION Run the race by ColinBroug, http://www.freeimages.com/photo/1415398 Snail by Eli Duke, https://flic.kr/p/2j1eMY Turn right by fcl1971, http://www.freeimages.com/photo/1443938 Friday, February 6, 15
  5. 5. Where are we? Where are we going? How do we know we have gotten there? PRINCIPLES & METHODS OF SUCCESSFUL INTEGRATION OF TECHNOLOGY INTO MEDICAL EDUCATION Run the race by ColinBroug, http://www.freeimages.com/photo/1415398 Snail by Eli Duke, https://flic.kr/p/2j1eMY Turn right by fcl1971, http://www.freeimages.com/photo/1443938 Friday, February 6, 15
  6. 6. PD001:Figure 0.1 by Rosenfeld Media, https://flic.kr/p/bA4Ucf THE HYPE CYCLE Friday, February 6, 15
  7. 7. PD001:Figure 0.1 by Rosenfeld Media, https://flic.kr/p/bA4Ucf THE HYPE CYCLE UVLE IN UPCM Friday, February 6, 15
  8. 8. PD001:Figure 0.1 by Rosenfeld Media, https://flic.kr/p/bA4Ucf USING THE HYPE CYCLE Friday, February 6, 15
  9. 9. HYPE CYCLE FOR EDUCATION, 2014 SOURCE: GARTNER (JULY 2014) Friday, February 6, 15
  10. 10. HYPE CYCLE FOR EDUCATION, 2004 SOURCE: GARTNER (2004) Friday, February 6, 15
  11. 11. PD001:Figure 0.1 by Rosenfeld Media, https://flic.kr/p/bA4Ucf THE HYPE CYCLE, 2014 Education tablet Social learning platform for education E-textbook Lecture capture & retrieval tools Friday, February 6, 15
  12. 12. WHERE ARE WE? Frehywot et al. Human Resources for Health 2013;11:4 Is the institution ready to develop, implement and maintain an e-learning program? The Pig by ZoofyTheJi, http://www.freeimages.com/photo/599556 Run the race by ColinBroug, http://www.freeimages.com/photo/1415398 Friday, February 6, 15
  13. 13. UNIQUE BENEFITS OF COMPUTER-BASED INSTRUCTION ANALYTICS Info on learners, when and where learning happens, over time ACCESS Sets stage for global transformation ADAPTIVITY Change in response to each student ASSESSMENT Assess learners in a more continuous fashion over time AGILITY Implement new curricula faster; connect learners and teachers in new ways FLEXIBILITY Capacity to overcome barriers of time, distance, pace and scale CONTROL Standardise course quality and content Cook DA & Triola MM. Medical Education 2014; 48:930–937. Friday, February 6, 15
  14. 14. “What I find interesting is that most of the hyped benefits ... are about delivery, cost and access to education, and not about changes in learning outcomes, or even quality. Cook DA & Triola MM. Medical Education 2014; 48:930–937. Curriculum drives technology by superkimbo, https://flic.kr/p/64hfxh Friday, February 6, 15
  15. 15. Medical school cannot, and should not, become a purely online or e-learning experience. Cook DA & Triola MM. Medical Education 2014; 48:930–937. Cables by pseudoxx, http://www.freeimages.com/photo/1258691 Friday, February 6, 15
  16. 16. WHERE ARE WE? Frehywot et al. Human Resources for Health 2013;11:4 Is the institution ready to develop, implement and maintain an e-learning program? What is the institutional buy-in for such a program to succeed? The Pig by ZoofyTheJi, http://www.freeimages.com/photo/599556 Run the race by ColinBroug, http://www.freeimages.com/photo/1415398 Friday, February 6, 15
  17. 17. “... the most expensive part of a curriculum is often the instructor’s time ... the most important investment involves human capital Cook DA & Triola MM. Medical Education 2014; 48:930–937. The Pig by ZoofyTheJi, http://www.freeimages.com/photo/599556 Friday, February 6, 15
  18. 18. WHERE ARE WE? Frehywot et al. Human Resources for Health 2013;11:4 Is the institution ready to develop, implement and maintain an e-learning program? What is the institutional buy-in for such a program to succeed? What does the institution plan to supply to support programmatic success? What infrastructure to support e-learning exists now and how reliable are those resources? The Pig by ZoofyTheJi, http://www.freeimages.com/photo/599556 Run the race by ColinBroug, http://www.freeimages.com/photo/1415398 Cables by pseudoxx, http://www.freeimages.com/photo/1258691 Friday, February 6, 15
  19. 19. Wiring people for technology by catspyjamasnzhttps://flic.kr/p/8WehpG Friday, February 6, 15
  20. 20. QUESTIONS TO ASK WHEN PLANNING A COURSE Cook DA & Triola MM. Medical Education 2014; 48:930–937. What problem am I trying to solve? What approaches (e- or otherwise) might help to remedy that problem? Which of these can I most easily implement using available technology infrastructure and human resources? What disadvantages might accrue if I use that approach? Run the race by ColinBroug, http://www.freeimages.com/photo/1415398 Turn right by fcl1971, http://www.freeimages.com/photo/1443938 Friday, February 6, 15
  21. 21. PROJECT DATE COURSE 2009 OS 215 HORMONAL REGULATION OSIRIS ORGAN SYSTEMS INTEGRATED RESOURCE INVENTORY SYSTEM Small Group Discussions (SGDs) 15 SGD cases Inconsistent learning experiences between groups and facilitators Assigned to only one of several SGDs per day CEBS (2009) Friday, February 6, 15
  22. 22. PROJECT DATE COURSE 2010 OS 215 HORMONAL REGULATION OSIRIS ORGAN SYSTEMS INTEGRATED RESOURCE INVENTORY SYSTEM Small Group Discussions (SGDs) 15 SGD cases Reduced to 12 1 SGD case as assignment 2 SGD cases as online activities Friday, February 6, 15
  23. 23. Friday, February 6, 15
  24. 24. Friday, February 6, 15
  25. 25. Friday, February 6, 15
  26. 26. Friday, February 6, 15
  27. 27. Friday, February 6, 15
  28. 28. Friday, February 6, 15
  29. 29. Friday, February 6, 15
  30. 30. Friday, February 6, 15
  31. 31. UNFOLDING CASE SCENARIO CHOOSE YOUR OWN ADVENTURE MOODLE LESSON TOOL Friday, February 6, 15
  32. 32. UNFOLDING CASE SCENARIO CHOOSE YOUR OWN ADVENTURE MOODLE LESSON TOOL Friday, February 6, 15
  33. 33. UNFOLDING CASE SCENARIO CHOOSE YOUR OWN ADVENTURE MOODLE LESSON TOOL Friday, February 6, 15
  34. 34. TEACHER VIEW: LESSON TOOL Friday, February 6, 15
  35. 35. TEACHER VIEW: LESSON TOOL Friday, February 6, 15
  36. 36. Adopt a paradigm of ‘good enough’ instruction. Cook DA & Triola MM. Medical Education 2014; 48:930–937. “ Friday, February 6, 15
  37. 37. Where are we? Where are we going? How do we know we have gotten there? PRINCIPLES & METHODS OF SUCCESSFUL INTEGRATION OF TECHNOLOGY INTO MEDICAL EDUCATION Run the race by ColinBroug, http://www.freeimages.com/photo/1415398 Snail by Eli Duke, https://flic.kr/p/2j1eMY Turn right by fcl1971, http://www.freeimages.com/photo/1443938 Friday, February 6, 15
  38. 38. E-LEARNING STRATEGY Frehywot et al Human Resources for Health 2013,11:4 Friday, February 6, 15
  39. 39. INSTITUTIONAL SUPPORT Frehywot et al. Human Resources for Health 2013;11:4 What is the best use of e-learning, given our resources for the enhancement of education for our students? What is available? What do we need developed? Is this information available through e-learning or would it need to be developed? Are we able to develop these ourselves or do we need external support? CURATE online resources! Friday, February 6, 15
  40. 40. slideshare.net www.slideshare.net/isiptan Friday, February 6, 15
  41. 41. INSTITUTIONAL SUPPORT Frehywot et al. Human Resources for Health 2013;11:4 In the short term and in the long term, what effect will this have on faculty time and effort and how can we use this to deliver education more efficiently? What is the best use of e-learning, given our resources for the enhancement of education for our students? What is available? What do we need developed? Is this information available through e-learning or would it need to be developed? Are we able to develop these ourselves or do we need external support? Hit the RESET button! Friday, February 6, 15
  42. 42. ICT TECHNICAL EXPERTISE & FACULTY ENGAGEMENT Frehywot et al. Human Resources for Health 2013;11:4 Will the adoption of new e-learning technologies require more, less or a similar amount of faculty time and energy compared to current educational delivery? Is the benefit worth the investment? Is there an identified faculty champion for this project? What are the roles and responsibilities of a faculty lead? Are there incentives for faculty to use e- learning? If not, should there be? Are there common incentives for faculty leads and IT leads to work together in creating an e-learning program? Light bulb by gyulavari, http://www.freeimages.com/photo/1440180 Friday, February 6, 15
  43. 43. INFRASTRUCTURE & SUPPORT SYSTEMS Frehywot et al. Human Resources for Health 2013;11:4 How much redundancy should there be to ensure a certain level of access and support? What kind of training should be in place for users? How will the hardware be maintained? Is there a system administrator who will be responsible for upgrades? Will there be a Help Desk for all users? What hours will it be available? Friday, February 6, 15
  44. 44. Friday, February 6, 15
  45. 45. Friday, February 6, 15
  46. 46. Friday, February 6, 15
  47. 47. Friday, February 6, 15
  48. 48. FACULTY & STUDENT ENGAGEMENT Frehywot et al. Human Resources for Health 2013;11:4 Determine how instructional development will be handled. Intellectual property & copyright issues Faculty incentives (financial, recognition) Faculty development Student contributions Privacy Do the students have the technical skills needed to fully participate in e-learning? Do they have reliable access to the technology needed? Are the students prepared for the introduction of e-Learning into the curriculum? Do they recognize that e- learning has the potential to greatly enhance their learning experience? Will they feel empowered to fully participate? Turn right by fcl1971, http://www.freeimages.com/photo/1443938 Friday, February 6, 15
  49. 49. Friday, February 6, 15
  50. 50. Friday, February 6, 15
  51. 51. Friday, February 6, 15
  52. 52. Friday, February 6, 15
  53. 53. Friday, February 6, 15
  54. 54. Where are we? Where are we going? How do we know we have gotten there? PRINCIPLES & METHODS OF SUCCESSFUL INTEGRATION OF TECHNOLOGY INTO MEDICAL EDUCATION Run the race by ColinBroug, http://www.freeimages.com/photo/1415398 Snail by Eli Duke, https://flic.kr/p/2j1eMY Turn right by fcl1971, http://www.freeimages.com/photo/1443938 Friday, February 6, 15
  55. 55. Friday, February 6, 15
  56. 56. Friday, February 6, 15
  57. 57. Friday, February 6, 15
  58. 58. Friday, February 6, 15
  59. 59. Friday, February 6, 15
  60. 60. Friday, February 6, 15
  61. 61. Friday, February 6, 15
  62. 62. Friday, February 6, 15
  63. 63. Friday, February 6, 15

×