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  • Pediatric Cardiology Erasmus IP course
    5 median 71 9 Regarding best performance in individual learning outcomes in auscultation theoretical test best mean scores were achieved by the team of Erlangen 92 6 and Crete 91 2 in auscultation practical skills by Erlangen 68 4 and Innsbruck 60 8 in echocardiography test by Innsbruck 86 9 and Duesseldorf 85 2 in multiple choice theoretical test by Duesseldorf 84 7 and Vienna 81 Differences among groups regarding

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  • Pediatric Cardiology Erasmus IP course
    auscultation theoretical test best mean scores were achieved by the Greek Institution 92 2 in auscultation skills score by German Institutions 60 3 in echocardiography test by German 84 5 and the Turkish 84 4 Institutions and finally in multiple choice theoretical test by German Institutions 82 5 Differences among groups regarding total and individual teaching outcomes scores were not significant single exception in auscultation skills score ANOVA F 3

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  • Pediatric Cardiology Erasmus IP course
    by 3rd year students 78 5 followed by 4th year 77 8 5th year 76 2 and 6th year students 75 1 Differences were not statistically significant Disclaimer The content of the publication is the sole responsibility of the publisher

    Original URL path: http://www.med.uoc.gr/pcip2012/year%20score.html (2016-02-10)
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  • Pediatric Cardiology Erasmus IP course
    77 8 vs 75 2 respectively mainly due to better performance in auscultation skills test 60 vs 51 The performance in each of the remaining individual learning outcome tests was similar in the two genders Observed differences were not significant Independent samples t test p value 0 1 Disclaimer The content of the publication is the sole responsibility of the publisher and the European Commission is not liable for any

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  • Pediatric Cardiology Erasmus IP course
    teachers to work together in multinational groups and so benefit from special learning and teaching conditions not available in a single institution and to gain new perspectives on the topic being studied Allow members of the teaching staff to exchange views on teaching content and new curricula approaches and to test teaching methods in an international classroom environment An Intensive Programme can be a one off activity or repeated over a limited number of years maximum duration of funding three consecutive years with an annual application round It may not consist of research activities or conferences but should provide something new in terms of learning opportunities skills development access to information etc for the participating teachers and students and promote an element of curricular development IPs are expected to use ICT tools and services to support the preparation and follow up of the IP thereby contributing to the creation of a sustainable learning community in the subject area concerned The ratio of staff to students should guarantee active classroom participation The consortium involves at least 3 participating institutions from 3 different countries participating in the Lifelong Learning Programme At least one participating institution must be from a Member State of

    Original URL path: http://www.med.uoc.gr/pcip2010/what%20is%20IP.html (2016-02-10)
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  • Pediatric Cardiology Erasmus IP course
    the complete title of the IP From Sound to Ultrasound Multimedia based Pediatric Cardiology IP PCIP will take place between 11th 22nd October 2010 in the Faculty of Medicine Heraklion Crete co organized with Medizinische Universitat Wien Heinrich Heine Universitat

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  • Pediatric Cardiology Erasmus IP course
    the title of the IP course emphasizes the paramount importance of correct interpretation of clinical findings before referring patients to further diagnostic tests Finally students are provided basic knowledge of modern diagnostic tests namely echocardiography and its indications a non invasive safe readily available imaging tool which allows for the final diagnosis of almost all cases of congenital heart disease In summary the IP course although restricted into the topic of pediatric cardiology provides a novel approach in medical teaching overall by combining theoretical and clinical teaching replacing bedside teaching by virtual evaluation of patients using modern multimedia means in an interactive teaching environment still though emphasizing the diachronic principle of correct medical diagnosis namely the stepwise approach from history and physical evaluation to appropriate use of diagnostic tests IP Objectives To establish and validate a multimedia based pediatric cardiology teaching course with a stepwise presentation of basic principles of clinical evaluation sound virtual cardiac auscultation digital phonocardiography up to the final diagnostic tools ultrasound echocardiographic principles and associated findings The teaching course is based on a interactive teaching b virtual evaluation of pediatric cardiology cases based on high quality reproduction of cardiac sounds c detailed presentation of associated echocardiographic findings d brief presentation of the natural course genetic background treatment options following the initial clinical sound detection and final diagnosis ultrasound Target groups Undergraduate medical students and graduate doctors having basic knowledge of anatomy embryology and physiology and further interest in the field of pediatric cardiology Participant Professors with expertise in the field of pediatric cardiology sound and ultrasound physics Main activities Interactive multimedia based teaching courses using a virtual environment for reproduction of sound auscultation along with detailed presentation of associated ultrasound echocardiographic findings Virtual pediatric cardiac auscultation is based on a high quality reproduction of digital phonocardiograms

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  • Pediatric Cardiology Erasmus IP course
    having successfully completed their basic anatomy and physiology teaching topics and postgraduate medical students having still a student status as candidates for master PhD research fellows etc can apply to the PCIP Applications and the final selection of students will

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