Annual report IML 2017

Annual report IML 2017

The main task of the Institute of Medical Education is to support medical education − through services, development of methods, infrastructure, and knowledge about teaching and assessment.

The IML is moving closer to the University

The IML is moving closer to the University

From the 14th May, the Institute of Medical Education (IML) will be located in the Länggass quarter.

The future is digital

The future is digital

The IML has been training learners to become mediamaticians for over 10 years. With their finger on the pulse of medical education, these young people have a great deal to offer and can develop their professional skills in an optimal manner.

 Remembering a forgotten condition

Remembering a forgotten condition

The link between nutrition and health is undisputed – today, as in the past. Historical film material from the IML collection illustrates this with the example of endemic goiter (“cretinism”) through vivid images. The fact that the theme continues to be topical is demonstrated by an enquiry from French TV.

SAMS-Award 2017

SAMS-Award 2017

The IML once again receives the SAMS award for best practice in interprofessional teaching.

Students teach students

Students teach students

Students support their colleagues in learning to report and evaluate electrocardiograms (ECGs).

Targeted creation of exam questions – it’s better together

Targeted creation of exam questions – it’s better together

In March 2017, the new exam questions for the Federal licensing MC examination in human medicine were created, for the first time, in a two-day workshop. The quantitative output was very good. The authors’ satisfaction and the qualitative output were considerably better than in previous years, when the questions were devised individually or in smaller workshops.

True-to-life examinations through hybrid simulation

True-to-life examinations through hybrid simulation

For quality assurance of the Federal Clinical Skills Examination, the Institute of Medical Education (IML) is working on the innovative concept of hybrid simulation in cooperation with the Universities of Lausanne and Zurich, on behalf of the Federal Office of Public Health (FOPH).

Interprofessional teaching with simulations and standardized patients

Interprofessional teaching with simulations and standardized patients

The conference “Standardized Patients and Simulation” (SPSim) on 16.-18.3.2017 fell under the motto “Curricular Integration of Simulation in Healthcare – from Concept to Reality”.

Research internship at the IML –  a personal experience

Research internship at the IML – a personal experience

Psychology students regularly undertake research internships at the Institute of Medical Education (IML). Simon Burkhalter reports on his own experience as an intern.

Usability without users

Usability without users

How can one optimise interfaces in a time- and safety-critical context without knowledge about the users of the system?

Impressions of MME orientation days

Impressions of MME orientation days

The 13th MME programme cycle started at the beginning of February. 24 curious, open-minded, and highly motivated continuing education students arrived at the reading room of the learning centre in Bühlstrasse to discover the world of Medical Education.

Medical education up close and personal

Medical education up close and personal

The GMA conference took place from 13th to 17th September 2016 under the motto “innovative together”. Participants had the opportunity to immerse themselves in the world of medical education, get up to speed on scientific teaching opinions, and discuss burning issues directly with international experts.

Tradition meets innovation

Tradition meets innovation

The Institute of Medical Education (IML) has a long history as a national competence centre. A look back shows that the close tie between teaching, assessment and practice in Bern is a model with tradition and an international reach.

How MC questions become ready for examinations

How MC questions become ready for examinations

Not only the candidates feel challenged when preparing for a Federal medical examination

Tablet exam: Students are «positively surprised»

Tablet exam: Students are «positively surprised»

«Clearer and more practical»: Two out of three students prefer to solve multiple-choice exams on a tablet rather than on paper.

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