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Integrated Bioethics for Health Sciences

BP16 - The Evidence Informed Train-Teach-Transfer- Integrated Bioethics for Health Sciences (3T-IBHSc) Faculty Development Course

Date:  Wednesday 9 September
Time:  0915-1015 and 1600-1700
Stream: 1
Theme:  Curriculum | Subjects | Humanities

Chair:  Russell DSouza, Education Department UNESCO Chair in Bioethics, Australia

Presenters:

  • Mary Mathew, Manipal Academy of Higher Education, India
  • Danella Keidaril, University of Haifa, Israel
  • Madalena Patrico, University of Lisbon, Portugal

Summary:
This symposium will focus on ‘How to teach Bioethics’ and will convey evidence-based skills and didactic means through which the teaching of bioethics will be experiential, meaningful and will be absorbed by learners emotionally, cognitively and behaviorally. The participants will be exposed to practical and applicable tools for teaching / training of bioethics. They will experience special, fascinating, original processes and will receive high added value to their accumulated experience in teaching bioethics to their students. Osmosis learning will be discussed. This is the art of unconscious learning, where one stops studying materials and start absorbing them. It is an analogy for natural, and indirect way of learning. To learn through osmosis means a way of learning seamlessly. It is about listening, absorbing the use of role play, debates, cinema and street play. It is how you apply meaning to what you see and stimulates the innate talent of teachers and enhances the ‘Craft of Teaching’. It stimulates the art for plucking meaning out of presentations. This is how ‘Intuition’ is developed, which is the pulling force that separates successful knowledge transfer from some of the conventional forms of teaching bioethics. The innovative reformed methodology has the ability in part of influencing the limbic system in the neurocognition of knowledge transfer.


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