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Educación Médica Superior

versión On-line ISSN 1561-2902


FERNANDEZ OLIVA, Bertha; ESPIN FALCON, Julio Cesar  y  OLIVA MARTINEZ, Danis Bárbara. Curriculum design in medical education courses. Educ Med Super [online]. 2017, vol.31, n.2, pp. 0-0. ISSN 1561-2902.

We present a paper that addresses the professional improvement in higher education in the course as an organizational form, according to the Regulations of Postgraduate Education of the Ministry of Higher Education (Regulation 132/2004), with specific application to medical education. The teaching and methodological components for the design of the courses are deepened, starting from a necessary way of identifying the learning needs of the health professionals on certain health problems, and/or teachers who demand a solution in a health institution or at any other level of the National Health System. It details the components of the curricular structure, with emphasis on the writing of the objectives --the general of the course and the subjects--, with a constructivist approach, the teaching tasks included within the own design, the use of problematic methods and group discussions for self-training, and the exchange among professionals, assessment of learning, and evaluation of the course.

Palabras clave : course; profesional improvement; medical education; curriculum design; methodological-organizational structure.

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