How to Use Hackathon and Narrative to Enhance Medical Students’ Comprehension and Identity of “Physician Professionalism” (76669)

Session Information:

Monday, 25 March 2024 15:00
Session: Poster Session 1
Room: Orion Hall (5F)
Presentation Type: Poster Presentation

All presentation times are UTC + 9 (Asia/Tokyo)

This project is a renovation project for the course "Professionalism and career outlook" in the 109 academic year. In the previous planning, the course design we chose failed to implement our teaching purpose fully. Therefore, we rethink the new teaching model this year, hoping to improve medical students' comprehension and identity of "physician professionalism." Socrates said that meaning must be found by oneself, not given. This project hopes to achieve two purposes through the journey of students exploring the concept of "physician professionalism": one is to explore the meaning of professionalism, and the other is to improve the connection between professionalism and their identity. The five steps (analysis, design, development, implementation, evaluation) of ADDIE (Branson 1978) for education design were adopted to plan the course. In addition, hackathon, narrative interview activities, the online interactive response system (IRS), and film discussions were incorporated to strengthen the link between theory and practice. Kirkpatrick's Four-Level Training Evaluation Model (reaction, learning, behavior, and results) was adopted as the approach for evaluating effectiveness. It consists of two evaluation methods, qualitative and quantitative, and the 360-degree evaluation approach was used to conduct discussions.

Ling-Lang Huang, Mackay Medical College, Taiwan

About the Presenter(s)
Dr. Ling-Lang Huang is an Associate Professor and the Director of Medical Humanities Discipline in the Department of Medicine at Mackay Medical College,Taiwan.

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