Teaching and Learning
In accordance with the mission and vision, the following teaching and learning methods will be used to enable the development of competencies.An approach of combining teaching and learning methods has been adopted, which makes it possible for students to identify and use their experience, skills and knowledge that best advance them in the learning process. Thus, the curriculum of this program will be facilitated by the main methods, such as:
Lecture-based learning: An interactive discussion environment will be created to explain the theoretical aspects of health sciences, management, law, economics and the organizational context. A supportive classroom environment will be created, where students will expect to receive feedback and learn from the experience and knowledge of other students and lecturers.
Problem-based learning: Students will work in small groups to examine random stories. The idea is for students to work together in a team in order to achieve both subject learning and transfer skills to group work. This method places particular emphasis on self-directed instruction-supported learning, where understanding is reinforced through application to the problem, task, or work experience.
Practice-based learning: The program will provide opportunities for students to take responsibility and work in a healthcare setting as members of mentor-supervised teams. During the internship phase in the fourth semester, students will learn about management models in healthcare settings and will be trained to use theories and concepts to understand and critically reflect during practice. Assignments to observe and reflect on the practice will be given by the teachers and the learning outcome will be delivered to the teacher in the form of a report written by the student.
Reflective learning: Encouraging students and teams to reflect on the alternatives and processes of working together, with a focus on the use of care services, can develop an understanding of the role and values of other professions.
Research-based learning: students will gain a deep understanding of research methodology and will participate in research projects carried out by the Faculty of Medicine. Students will also work on their degree topic being served with this knowledge.
E-learning: For the program it also means monitoring the progress of students' learning, as well as support for starting the self-learning process. Teaching will be done using different levels of didactic methods, such as subject-oriented learning, as well as the approach with intermediate didactic methods. The information system for universities is based on the most modern technologies, and serves to help organize the learning process. Through which the lecture, tests, publication of test results, registration of modules, application for testing, communication with all participants in the lectures, sending information from the lecturer to all participants in the lectures, etc. can be completed.