Name of the activity: Bamboo Workshop
Country/NMO: MedSIN Sudan
Program: Ethics and Human Rights in Health
Contact information: contact [email protected] to get in touch with the Activity Coordinator
Type of the activity: Replicating Activity
Category: Capacity Building
Focus area: Human Rights for Medical Professionals in daily clinical settings, Medical Ethics (Patient Centered Care, Good Medical Practice, direct doctor-patient relationship), Rights of patients, doctors and medical students, Patient-Doctor communication and relationship/ Basic medical sign language
Sustainable Development Goals addressed: SDG 3 (Good Health and Well-Being), SDG 4 (Quality Education), SDG 16 (Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions)
Many Medical curricula worldwide sidestep integral and delicate subjects like Medical Ethics. As many as 1 in 10 patients is harmed while receiving hospital care in high-income countries. As a result, error reduction have become paramount for healthcare professionals. Focusing on students’ clinical skills they are bound to encounter in clinical practice and being aware of medico-legal issues and others. These clinical skills are essential skills for all medical students to have.
- Medical students
- General population
- Medical students
- Healthcare Students
- Other health professionals
- Elderly people
-To know the four models of physician-patient relationship.
-To know the REDE model for effective doctor-patient communication.
-To understand the importance of doctor-patient communication and the barriers faced by each and how they can be overcome.
-To know the communication skills needed by the doctor and what is effective communication.
-To know the proper protocol for breaking bad news
-To be able to recognize the signs of abuse in adults and children
-To know how to deal with an abused patient
-To know how to take an abuse history
-To understand the concept of end-of-life care
-To be able to differentiate between Medical Malpractice and Misconduct
-To be able to recognize medical errors
-To know the human rights violations that occur due to violence taking place against health workers
Indicators of Success:
-70% of participants will be able to state they understand the four models of physician-patient relationship. And will be able to state they understand the REDE model.
-50% of participants will be able to recognize at least 2 barriers faced by doctors while communicating with their patients.
-50% of participants will be aware of the proper protocol for breaking bad news. And will be able to recognize at least 3 signs of abuse in adults and children
-60% of participants will be able to state that they can deal with an abused patient in a clinical setting, and will be able to state that they can take abuse history
-50% of participants will be able to say they understand DNR
-50% of participants will be able to differentiate between Medical Malpractice and Misconduct
-50% of participants will be able to state the importance of reporting medical errors, and will be able to identify at least 2 human rights violations that occur due to violence against health workers
We opened a call for participants on 1/9/2021, closed it on 5/9/2021 and chose our participants. We Sent pre evaluation forms on 6/9/2021. First session was Patient-Doctor communication sessions held on 7/9/2021, Recognizing and documenting abuse session was held on 9/9/2021, the third and final session was Medical ethics and important medical situations session and was held on 14/9/2021. We sent the post evaluation form on 16/9/2021.
Plans for evaluation:
Pre and Post evaluation forms.
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