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Integration 3

Course Code :1024GENGE3
Study domain:Medicine
Academic year:2020-2021
Semester:1st/2nd semester
Contact hours:0
Study load (hours):168
Contract restrictions: Faculty decision based on student file
Language of instruction:Dutch
Exam period:exam in the 1st and/or 2nd semester
Lecturer(s)Kathleen De Greef
Heidi Theeten
Olivier Vanderveken
Pieter-Jan Guns
Inge Glazemakers
Katrien Bombeke
Antoon De Schryver
Vito Sabato
Erika Vlieghe
Monica Dhar
Luc Van Os
Diane De Neubourg
Annemie Snoeckx
Anne-Marie De Cock
Ingrid Baar

3. Course contents *

The students learn to "integrate" into (starting) professional behavior the knowledge, skills and competences that have been discussed in recent years. The module brings together the content of the different modules of the 1st, 2nd and 3rd Bachelor.

A first important study assignment is the integrated analysis of the health status of a person following an internship. This assignment is not only about charting the actual state of health at the moment (via anamnesis, heteroanamnesis, physical examination and additional examination), but also about making a reasoned prognosis based on age, gender, genetic basis, own behavior towards health and disease and the positive and negative factors in the social, professional, school and family context. Students are taught to make connections and to open their own thinking process to different perspectives. The results of the assignments are presented and assessed on the basis of written documents and posters. On the basis of the working methods used, attention will also be paid to the further development of various generic competencies, such as working in groups, looking up information and presenting.

The second part of the module focuses on the development of a clinical case. In the first instance, this is done plenary and supervised during clinical consultations. Afterwards, students will work out an individual clinical case in a clinical exam, Bachelor level.