The Department of Medical Education (DEM) is a structural unit of FMUL that will promote Teacher Training, Evaluation of Teaching Learning Processes, Research in Medical Education and the Monitoring of Clinical Education.
When and how
- New vision and social responsibility of the Medical School (social accountability)
- Scientific approach in education
- New approaches to student teaching, learning and assessment
- Need to combine priorities in Education with Health.
MEDICAL EDUCATION PROGRAM
In the 2018/2019 and 2019/2020 academic years DEM offers an 'educational menu' with short Training Actions (TAs).
The goal is to offer very practical contents ready to be used in daily teaching practice according to areas of interest.
The TAs will be held monthly during lunch break (from 1 pm to 2 pm) at Anfiteatro Cid dos Santos (Piso 2).
O DEM Entrevista
Esta entrevista mensal de personalidades ligadas à Educação Médica pretende apresentar a sua reflexão sobre os desafios atuais ao ensino-aprendizagem em Medicina e sobre os novos modelos e estratégias que se desenham para o futuro.
O Departamento de Educação Médica (DEM) é uma unidade estrutural da FMUL que tem como missão a Formação de Docentes, a Avaliação dos Processos de Ensino- Aprendizagem, a Investigação em Educação Médica e o Acompanhamento do Ensino na Faculdade a nível Pré-graduado, Pós-graduado e na Formação Continua.
O DEM tem como objetivos:
- Garantir e melhorar os processos de ensino-aprendizagem, apoiar a inovação no planeamento do currículo, dos métodos de ensino e avaliação
- Promover métodos de ensino baseados na evidência científica
- assegurar critérios de excelência em educação médica
- Alinhar as prioridades em Educação com as da Saúde.
- Assegurar a atualização e a formação continua dos docentes, em articulação com o Conselho Pedagógico
- Promover a avaliação da qualidade e eficácia do Ensino em articulação com a AEFML
- Criar uma bibliografia básica para formação em Educação Médica
- Promover a investigação em Educação Médica
- Promover interação com outras instituições universitárias nacionais e internacionais, com criação de redes de interação no desenvolvimento de práticas e de investigação
- Contribuir para uma “nova visão” na FMUL, com uma maior globalização/internacionalização e procura da excelência.
Temos como desafios:
- Nova visão e responsabilidade social da Escola Médica (social accountability)
- Abordagem científica na educação
- Novas abordagens no ensino, aprendizagem e avaliação dos alunos
- Necessidade de aliar prioridades em Educação com as da Saúde.
MD, specialist in Gastroenterology, has particular interest in Hepatology, in the area of Alcoholic and Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver, as well as in Public Health. These areas have a strong relationship with Nutrition, which is another area in which she has been of particular interest. She has been Full Professor of Medicine at the Faculty of Medicine of Lisbon, since 2017. Her activity includes Pre and Postgraduate education, coordination of a Master's degree in Clinical Nutrition, as well as a Nutrition Discipline of the Integrated Master's Degree in Medicine. She also collaborates in a Dietetic and Nutrition Discipline of the Health Sciences Degree. She is the Director of the Hepatology Unit of the Department of Gastroenterology of the Santa Maria Hospital as well as the Nutrition Laboratory and University Clinic of Gastroenterology of the Faculty of Medicine of Lisbon. She has been an EASL EU Policy Adviser since April 2016, dealing with risk factor issues, including food and alcohol policies. Professor Helena Cortez-Pinto was president of the Portuguese Association for the study of the Liver (June 2013-June 2015). She is an associate editor of Liver International and a member of the Editorial Board of the Journal of Hepatology. She has published more than 100 scientific articles in journals including JAMA, Gastroenterology, Hepatology, Journal of Hepatology, and Liver International.
Isabel Pavão Martins is a neurologist who completed her medical training in Neurology at the Hospital de Sta Maria in Lisbon and also at the National Hospital for Nervous Diseases in London. She is currently Associate Professor of Neurology at the Faculty of Medicine, University of Lisbon (FMUL), Investigator at the Instituto de Medicina Molecular and Consultant Neurologist at the Hospital de Sta Maria. She is currently the Director of the Department of Medical Education of FMUL. She was President of the Portuguese Society of Neurology (2008-2010) and President of the Pedagogic Council of the Lisbon Faculty of Medicine (2015-2017). Her main research interests are Headache and Behavioral Neurology. She has 150 scientific publications in those fields.
- Ações de Formação para Docentes
- Sessões de Jornal Club
- Ciclos de Webinars
- Ações de colaboração o Conselho Pedagógico da FMUL e outras unidades estruturais
- Criação de um Manual da Pedagogia da FMUL
- Organização de Workshops e Seminários na área da Educação Médica
- Entrevistas em Educação Médica
- Suporte científico e logístico de outras ações educativas da FMUL
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