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Audrn national convention slide presentation

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Audrn national convention slide presentation

  1. 1. A New Breed of Doctors: The ADZU-SOM Experience Presented by: Ellery Ivan E. Apolinario
  2. 2. “WE HAVE OUTRUN THE EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM FRAMED FOR SIMPLER DAYS FOR SIMPLER CONDITIONS”OSLER 1903
  3. 3. 1910 Flexner Report Medical schools should be university-based and medical education should be grounded in scientific knowledge. Abraham Flexner
  4. 4. 1 2 3 4 BASIC SCIENCES PRE- CLINICAL SCIENTIFICALLY ORIENTED EXTENSIVE KNOWLEDGE DISCIPLINE ORIENTED Flexnerian Model
  5. 5. Flexner Medical Education Model-1910 1st Half Classroom-based Basic Sciences 2nd Half Hospital-Based Clinical Sciences Bio-physical Scientific Model Individual Health Care
  6. 6. 21st Century Growing Disconnect Training Wider Health Issues People
  7. 7. NEW CHALLENGES NEW COMPLEXITIES New Competencies Same Training
  8. 8. Can a medical school respond to the needs of the community as well as produce competent doctors?
  9. 9. ZAMBOANGA MEDICAL SCHOOL FOUNDATION 1994 ADZU-SOM 2004
  10. 10. TRIPLE-HELIX
  11. 11. Self-directed Learners Physician Clinicians Health Researchers Physician Teachers Physician Managers ROLES OF PHYSICIANS
  12. 12. SETTING
  13. 13. Harsh Realities
  14. 14. MOST UNDERSERVED AREAS 2003 40 Top Poorest Municipalities 28 - Mindanao 14 - Zamb. Peninsula Siay- ZDN – Phil Poorest 2006 10 Poorest Provinces 7 – In Mindanao 1st – Tawi-Tawi 2nd- ZDN 2007 Hunger Incidence - Region 2nd ARMM 3rd Zamb. Peninsula
  15. 15. PROBLEM-BASED LEARNING COME / COBE COMPETENCY- BASED ASSESSMENTS
  16. 16. PBL Session
  17. 17. A cycle of classroom and patient interaction
  18. 18. OSCE Objective Structured Clinical Examination What they can do with What they know
  19. 19. COMMUNITY IMMERSION 4th Year 1st Year 2nd Year 3rd Year Same Community HIGH IMPACT
  20. 20. WHAT DO WE DO IN THE COMMUNITY?
  21. 21. INTERSECTORAL MEETING
  22. 22. House to House surveys
  23. 23. CONSULTATIVE MEETING WITH COMMUNITY LEADERS
  24. 24. Baseline Data NEEDS ASSESSMENTS COMPREHENSIVE HEALTH PLAN COMMUNITY LEADERSHIP
  25. 25. Half-way House to help curb maternal and child mortality
  26. 26. COMMUNITY IMMERSIONHEALTH RESEARCH IDENTIFIED HEALTH-RELATED PROJECTS MEDICAL SERVICES
  27. 27. Communities Forming Students
  28. 28. Student Transforming Communities
  29. 29. Where are the graduates?
  30. 30. 95.4% Philippines
  31. 31. 90 % Region 9
  32. 32. 73 % Gov’t Service
  33. 33. 50 % Rural Areas
  34. 34. 4.6% Abroad Served 4-6 yrs before they left
  35. 35. UPDATED GRADUATE PLACEMENTS ` ` Employed in Gov’t Positions Residency Training at ZCMC Full-time faculty House Officer in Private Hospitals in Zamboanga ` The School’s Contribution towards Health in the hands of the people
  36. 36. What are the best practices of the School of Medicine? In summary: •A socially accountable medical school •An innovative medical curriculum that focuses on local needs •A school that transforms the students and the community it serves
  37. 37. • Special thanks to: – Dr. Fortunato Cristobal – Dr. Pascualito Concepcion – Dr. John Michael Dellariarte – Dr. Clare C. Concepcion

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