Development of Medical Courses and Online Ressources
Online Medical Courses are a novel way to support our medical students during their time abroad. MedoPolo is currently working on the development of an own teaching platform hosting online medical courses in cooperation with the ‘Berliner Simulations- und Trainigszentrum’ (BEST) of the renown Charitè University in Berlin, Germany. This additional tool will further aid the educational experience of our medical students while being abroad by adding structured reviews of regionally specific topics covered within the practical rotation in medical fields of our students choices. This online ressource will offer our students worldwide a standardized learning experience in English language. In the development, we are working closely together with the department chiefs and tutors of the respective rotation programs in China and Brazil and develop vignettes of typical regional patient cases of their regions. In the future, such online medical courses will be an invaluable addition to the rotations in our hospitals on site and all students will get access to a growing number of online learning ressources with time. The course completion and certificate will be mandatory for successful completion of the practical rotation in the future.
While such innovative developments are taking shape today, our team believes that the virtual complementation of international medical rotations, together with the implementation of medical simulation courses will result in a much more uniform and defined educational experience – despite the regional program differences and differences between the individual tutors. In those respects, we are hoping to soon add a whole new virtual dimension to the quality of our teaching and the overall learning experience of our students. In a constantly more digitalized world, we understand those developments as new tools to complement the reality of the here and now, without loosing sight of the surrounding real life with its many experiences.
“Declare the past, diagnose the present, foretell the future.”Hippocrates