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The 2009 framework for undergraduate medical education in the Netherlands.

Laan RF, Leunissen RR, van Herwaarden CL - GMS Z Med Ausbild (2010)

Bottom Line: The 2009 Framework defines the joint Dutch national learning outcomes to be attained by medical students after completing their three-year master programme in medicine.The Framework thus helps to guarantee to society at large and to patients in particular that medical graduates who are starting out as practitioners have attained a certain professional level.In addition, the Framework also defines the profile of the bachelor and the learning outcomes of the bachelor programme in medicine.

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Affiliation: Radboud University Nijmegen, Medical Centre, Institut for Medical Education, Nijmegen, Netherland.

ABSTRACT
The 2009 Framework defines the joint Dutch national learning outcomes to be attained by medical students after completing their three-year master programme in medicine. The Framework thus helps to guarantee to society at large and to patients in particular that medical graduates who are starting out as practitioners have attained a certain professional level. This level is the aggregate of the physicians' target profile, physicians' (sub-) competencies to be achieved and the list of issues relating to illness and health. In addition, the Framework also defines the profile of the bachelor and the learning outcomes of the bachelor programme in medicine.

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Physician’ roles included in the Profile.
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Mentions: The Project Group decided to define students’ learning outcomes upon completion of the master’s degree programme in terms of competencies. A competency is defined as the ability to adequately perform a professional activity in a specific, authentic context, using an integrated body of knowledge, understanding, skills and professional behaviour. After careful consideration, the CanMEDS model was chosen, because, firstly, this model involves an excellent and useful division into physicians’ roles and competencies in a variety of professional situations, and secondly, this model is also used in the framework of the modernization of postgraduate specialty training. Together, the seven roles or competency domains in the CanMEDS model constitute the target profile in chapter 5 of the 2009 Framework (see Table 1 (Tab. 1)). In chapter 6, the profile is elaborated in terms of key competencies and their constituent sub-competencies.


The 2009 framework for undergraduate medical education in the Netherlands.

Laan RF, Leunissen RR, van Herwaarden CL - GMS Z Med Ausbild (2010)

Physician’ roles included in the Profile.
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Related In: Results  -  Collection

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T1: Physician’ roles included in the Profile.
Mentions: The Project Group decided to define students’ learning outcomes upon completion of the master’s degree programme in terms of competencies. A competency is defined as the ability to adequately perform a professional activity in a specific, authentic context, using an integrated body of knowledge, understanding, skills and professional behaviour. After careful consideration, the CanMEDS model was chosen, because, firstly, this model involves an excellent and useful division into physicians’ roles and competencies in a variety of professional situations, and secondly, this model is also used in the framework of the modernization of postgraduate specialty training. Together, the seven roles or competency domains in the CanMEDS model constitute the target profile in chapter 5 of the 2009 Framework (see Table 1 (Tab. 1)). In chapter 6, the profile is elaborated in terms of key competencies and their constituent sub-competencies.

Bottom Line: The 2009 Framework defines the joint Dutch national learning outcomes to be attained by medical students after completing their three-year master programme in medicine.The Framework thus helps to guarantee to society at large and to patients in particular that medical graduates who are starting out as practitioners have attained a certain professional level.In addition, the Framework also defines the profile of the bachelor and the learning outcomes of the bachelor programme in medicine.

View Article: PubMed Central - HTML - PubMed

Affiliation: Radboud University Nijmegen, Medical Centre, Institut for Medical Education, Nijmegen, Netherland.

ABSTRACT
The 2009 Framework defines the joint Dutch national learning outcomes to be attained by medical students after completing their three-year master programme in medicine. The Framework thus helps to guarantee to society at large and to patients in particular that medical graduates who are starting out as practitioners have attained a certain professional level. This level is the aggregate of the physicians' target profile, physicians' (sub-) competencies to be achieved and the list of issues relating to illness and health. In addition, the Framework also defines the profile of the bachelor and the learning outcomes of the bachelor programme in medicine.

No MeSH data available.