Name of the activity: Scome club
Country/NMO: Tunisia (Associa-Med)
Program: Medical Education Systems
Contact information: [email protected]
Type of the activity: Capacity Building
In order to empower the knowledge of medical students and improve their skills, Scome club is a continuous training cycle wich contains 5 sessions about medical education issues including advocacy and capacity building trainings to make the students not only good doctors but also successful leaders.
Students’ involvement in medical education: Curriculumurriculum design/development, Evaluation and Assessment, Quality assurance and accreditation/ Social accountability
Lack of knowledge of medical students about medical education topics
Target groups and beneficiaries:
Objectives and indicators of success:
-ensure the continuity of an activity while innovating
-the empowerment of medical students’ knowledge
-accustum the students with advocacy and give them the boost to be actively engaged students.
Organization of 5 sessions wich deal with Medical Education topics and capacity building trainings to the same group of medical students, fascilitated by a TMET and a TNT trainer, and each one is followed by an evaluation form oresented to the participants.
After this sessions, the group capacities and its degree of engagemlent will be evaluated by a project chosen by itself and done to change a fact or advocate a topic in the faculty.
Plans for evaluation:
each session is followed by an evaluation form and the final step is to create a project by the group of the club.
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