Empowering doctors to adopt a population perspective within clinical practice: Veena Rodrigues, V Rodrigues

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Content: Empowering doctors to adopt Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences a population perspective within Clinical Practice: Veena Rodrigues Norwich Medical School integrating public health into the undergraduate medical curriculum
Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences Existing guidance · Doctors have an important role in dealing with Health Inequalities to protect and promote the health of patients and the public (GMC). · Doctors need to engage with the underlying social determinants of health (Marmot review) · Doctors need an awareness of health inequality issues...available services to support the promotion of health for all patients (Academy of Medical Royal Colleges) · ...doctors not only taking a lead in promoting and protecting health, and preventing ill health, but also working collaboratively across all sectors to develop systems to reduce health inequalities (Royal College of Physicians) · Core Curriculum for Learning About Health Inequalities in UK Undergraduate Medicine (RCGP - HISG)
Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences case study ­ Norwich Medical School GMC learning outcomes covered in core curriculum + Strong core teaching team of PH educators + good role models students engaged/ excited by PH! Aims: 1. Small increase in students choosing PH at PG level 2. Large increase in no. of students who demonstrate skill in a population perspective · Student requests for PH placements, global health studies, PH research and/ or electives · Student enquiries about careers in PH
Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences How do we get there? · Focus on clinical relevance & interdisciplinarity · More student selected components in popular topics eg. global health & health inequalities · Community placements with local authorities & voluntary sector organisations · Intercalated Masters degrees in PH/ global health · Electives in PH/ global health · PH research opportunities
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What's new in 2014?
· Comprehensive content guide · Mapped to GMC guidance · Suggests potential educational approaches & Assessment Methods · To develop excellent PH education and inspire Medical students...
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Barriers to change...opportunity to reshape?
· Already full curriculum · Student perceptions · Variable presence in assessments · Challenge of teaching & evaluating behaviour change · Multiple tutors
· Include within existing sessions if possible · Include within core student assessment · Good role models; emphasize clinical relevance of teaching · Clarity of task; pedagogy
Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences Conclusion · Clinical skills and experiences Students · Social, political and environmental · Broader understanding of the Context professional role of doctors in society · Enrichment of MBBS COURSE OUTCOMES · Fit-for-purpose graduates
Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences Bibliography · General Medical Council. Tomorrow's Doctors, 2009. London, GMC · Marmot MG, Allen J, Goldblatt P, Boyce T, McNeish D, Grady M et al. Fair society, health lives: strategic review of health inequalities in England post 2010. 2010. The Marmot Review. · Royal College of General Practitioners. Addressing Health Inequalities: A guide for General Practitioners. 2008. London, RCGP. · Royal College of Physicians. How doctors can close the gap: tackling the social determinants of health through culture change, advocacy and Education. 2010. London, RCP. · Holsgrove G. Health Inequalities Forum: health inequalities curriculum competency project. 2009. London, Academy of Medical Royal Colleges. · Royal College of General Practitioners. A Core Curriculum for Learning About Health Inequalities in UK Undergraduate Medicine. 2013. London, RCGP.

V Rodrigues

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