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Prepare for your PhD with online courses offered by School of Health Professions Education

posted 22 Jan 2019, 05:02 by ICO Education   [ updated 22 Jan 2019, 05:04 ]
Maastricht University - 
SHE
The School of Health Professions Education is in the forefront of innovation in education, fueled by the most recent insights from educational research. Our cutting-edge research serves as the backbone of our educational impact in all of our activities. Assessment and Task-Centered Learning Environments are prominent research theme’s in the SHE’s research programme 2018-2023

ARE YOU PLANNING TO DO A PHD, WE RECOMMEND 'SHE' COURSES IN PARTICULAR:
Online courses Assessment or Task-Centered Learning, Critical Appraisal Courses exploring the latest research with experts like Professor Cees van der Vleuten and Professor Jeroen van Merrienboer in these domains.
TAKE YOUR RESEARCH TO THE NEXT LEVEL, ONLINE

Research on Assessment 
DATE: 2 APRIL 2019. 
REGISTRATION DEADLINE: 1 MARCH 2019 

Assessment authority Cees van der Vleuten and his team of experts will guide you to the cutting edge of where research on assessment currently is.

This course is an important pillar and building stone in health professions educations research and will help you familiarize yourself with a broad range of research topics in the assessment domain. In addition, you will learn how to locate and retrieve essential literature and collaborate with your peers in assessing the quality of research approaches and journal articles. By the end of the course, you will have an overview of modern assessment research and practice, and in-depth knowledge of recent developments and existing gaps.

More information and registration on the Assessment course


Research on Task-Centered Learning 
DATE: 2 APRIL 2019. 
REGISTRATION DEADLINE: 1 MARCH 2019

Professor Jeroen van Merrienboer: Are you responsible for a (re)design of an educational program in medical or paramedical professions and strive to make your decisions evidence-based?

Are you involved in an educational research project and want to ask the right questions and design better research? Are you preparing for a PhD project in (para)medical education, or just started it? If your answer any of these questions is yes, then you need to be up to date on recent developments in research in your field. Health professions education is moving more and more from traditional learning environments to more realistic tasks employing new technologies, such as high-fidelity simulations or virtual patient encounters in e-learning environments.

More information and registration on the Task-Centered Learning course


FACULTY:
Assessment research course
Your teachers are true scholars and experts in the field of assessment.
Professor Dr. Cees van der Vleuten, Scientific Director SHE, Dr. Marjan Govaerts, PhD and Course Coordinator,  Professor Dr. Sylvia Heeneman, PhD; Dr. Jimmy Frèrejean, PhD.

Task-centered learning research course
Your teachers are experts in the field of Research on Task-Centered Learning Environments: Professor Jeroen van Merriënboer, PhD, Research Director SHE; Anique de Bruin, PhD, Anneke van der Niet, PhD; Jimmy Frèrejean, PhD.

More information and an invitation to register for one of these SHE courses on: www.maastrichtuniversity.nl/she

PARTICIPANTS PROFILE

You are involved in (re)designing assessment or task-centered learning practices in the health professions education and or research in Tasks Centered learning Environments:

  •  You have an MSc in Health Professions Education and you want to move on towards a PhD
  • You are already a researcher or PhD student involved in a research project on assessment or task-centered learning  in health professions education;
  •  You are otherwise highly interested in research on assessment or task-centered learning in health professions education. 

Are you a MSc+ in health professions education, a (beginning) researcher or a PhD in this domain? Or are you a (para)medical educationalist/curriculum designer with a strong research orientation and interested in the latest research insights.

Note: These are not beginner’s courses on research. SHE offers these advanced courses focusing on cutting edge research on either of these specific topics. You are expected to have the following prior knowledge: You have a higher education degree equivalent to a Dutch Master’s degree in one of the health professions, such as a master’s degree in medicine, health sciences, educational sciences, psychology or any other related paramedical discipline, such as nursing, physiotherapy, dentistry etc.