Academic forming involves the development of a critical attitude coupled with tempered enthusiasm. This involves learning to look beyond the boundaries of the professional field. Scientific forming involves both the application of science and the communication of research findings. An academic is capable of acquiring scientific knowledge, evaluating that knowledge, assimilating it, and communicating that knowledge to others.
In the line Academic Scientific training, a broad spectrum of skills are developed including: scientific writing and presentation skills in English, orientating on and applying for internship/research positions abroad, communication with peers and patients in English, ethical discussion with peers in English, and learning to carry out a literature review. Becoming proficient in these skills requires practice. Therefore each module contains activities to develop both academic and scientific forming. Examples of these activities are holding a debate, giving a presentation in a workgroup, analysing and interpreting the results of an academic paper.
In the module Academic and Scientific training in year 2 students learn the most important methods of clinical-scientific research, statistical analysis and critical reading. In this module the relationship between the doctor and the pharmaceutical industry plays a central role. The module represents 40% of the final grade for the line.
can set up a short empirical, scientific research study
can interpret and present the results of the study based on statistical analysis
Mode of instruction
Lectures, work groups, practicals, symspoisum, self-study assignments
Written reports, essays, presentations and exam and assignments
Prof. dr. F. W. Dekker 071-5265230.