Valutare la riflessività in Medical Education: modelli, problemi e prospettive

Author/s Valerio Ferro Allodola
Publishing Year 2014 Issue 2013/2 Language Italian
Pages 18 P. 71-88 File size 595 KB
DOI 10.3280/ERP2013-002005
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The paper discusses the evaluation models of reflexivity in Medical Education. Starting from an analysis of the models currently available in the literature, the author highlights the potentials, limitations and prospects for future research in this specific field . The focus on this research project comes from CIN@MED PROJECT - Learning Path to a reflexive knowledge in the medical profession through the use of the film - which is set up as a compulsory vocational activities aimed at students of the second year of Degree Course in Medicine and Surgery, University of Florence. The experiment was initiated in the A .Y. 2009/2010. CIN @ MED is a path that is part of the regular university education in the Faculty of Medicine and Surgery and it is based on the vision of some movies suitably selected, according to the subject to be discussed, followed by a debate in the presence of a discussant, specialized in the subject dealt with. All this was accompanied by the construction of knowledge checks through questionnaires (database), blogs and wiki, which produced a network of teachers and students involved in the project. It has also become a shared reflexive platform. The project is curated by Patrizia de Mennato, Andreas R. Formiconi, Amedeo Amedei , Stefano Beccastrini, Carlo Orefice e Valerio Ferro Allodola, within the activities of the Laboratory of Medical Education, University of Florence (Direction: Patrizia de Mennato).

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Valerio Ferro Allodola, Valutare la riflessività in Medical Education: modelli, problemi e prospettive in "EDUCATIONAL REFLECTIVE PRACTICES" 2/2013, pp 71-88, DOI: 10.3280/ERP2013-002005