Summerschool Budapest Jun 3-4th 2014

Summerschool - „Use of Virtual Patients and Problems in veterinary basic science”

New: Maps, directions and other Information for all participants

Final Program as PDF

Tuesday 3rd of June 2014

09.30 – Registration with early bird coffee
10.00 –Welcome address (Tibor Bartha, Vice Dean of the Faculty, national project leader)
10.05 – Introduction to the VetVIP project (Marta Kankofer, coordinator)
10.30 – KEYNOTE: "Use of e-learning in medical education and the importance of international cooperation" (Martin Fischer)
11.50 – Useful information (Míra Mándoki)
12.00 – Lunch
13.00 –Workshop sessions
       1. „Oral versus electronic multiple choice exams - advantages and disadvantages” (Maren von Köckritz-Blickwede; Germany)
       2. „High fidelity virtual patients in veterinary education: working with the VIN Virtual Clinic” (Márton Balogh; Hungary)
14:30 – COFFEE-Break
15.00 – Workshop sessions
       3. „How to create good questions” (Jan Ehlers; Germany)
       4. „The students´ view of case-based e-learning and virtual patients“ (Christin Kleinsorgen, Germany + students)
16:30 – Short summary of the workshops in plenary session with discussion
17.30 – End of session
19.30 – Social Event

Wednesday - 4th of June 2014

09.00 – Early bird coffee (registration for a Campus walk)
09.30 – Introduction (Chairperson: Jan P. Ehlers)
09.35 – KEYNOTE: „Curriculum planning in veterinary medicine” (Peter van Beukelen)
10.20 – Questions and discussion followed by a COFFEE-Break
11.00 – Visit to the Campus and to the Small Animal Clinic
12.00 – Lunch
13.00 – Summary, conclusions and wrap up
14:00 – Closing remarks (Tibor Bartha)