Conference Workshops

Event Title

Behavioral sciences for Health Professions Education

Presenter Information

Asma Humayun
Murad Khan
Nargis Asad

Location

CHS Tutorial Room 1 A & B

Start Date

26-1-2013 10:30 AM

Abstract

Overview

Despite clear implication of integrating BS in undergrad training, it is struggling to effectively establish its case in medical universities. Three strategic questions are: Who should be teaching BS; What should be taught & How should it be taught? Ongoing discussion of the challenges faced by current programs and possible solutions is essential. In view of dearth of trainers & training resources, consensus must be built on core curriculum & strategies for developing a trained faculty.

Objectives

By the end of this workshop, participants will be able to

  • Discuss common barriers/difficulties in integrating BS in undergraduate curriculum
  • Outline core content of BS relevant to medical training
  • Make recommendations for developing a multi-disciplinary faculty of BS in an institute

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Behavioral sciences for Health Professions Education

CHS Tutorial Room 1 A & B

Overview

Despite clear implication of integrating BS in undergrad training, it is struggling to effectively establish its case in medical universities. Three strategic questions are: Who should be teaching BS; What should be taught & How should it be taught? Ongoing discussion of the challenges faced by current programs and possible solutions is essential. In view of dearth of trainers & training resources, consensus must be built on core curriculum & strategies for developing a trained faculty.

Objectives

By the end of this workshop, participants will be able to

  • Discuss common barriers/difficulties in integrating BS in undergraduate curriculum
  • Outline core content of BS relevant to medical training
  • Make recommendations for developing a multi-disciplinary faculty of BS in an institute