A DE OEC Sebészeti Mutéttani Tanszék oktatási tevékenységének fobb mutatói 2000-2013 között.

Translated title of the contribution: [Main indicators of educational activity at the Department of Operative Techniques and Surgical Research at the University of Debrecen between 2000-2013].

Katalin Peto, Norbert Németh, Tamás Lesznyák, István Furka, Irén Mikó

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Abstract

The authors provide a review about the main parameters of the gradual and postgradual educational activity of the Department of Operative Techniques and Surgical Research between 2000-2013. In this period of time several new subjects and courses have been introduced. The thematics have been widened, and the educational topics underwent a significant change and development: new teaching videos, revised note-books and a new textbook have been prepared through these years. Further, new training models (surgical training models, phantom and biomodels) have also been evolved. The educational activity of the Department was supported significantly several times (financial, contribution, grants) from the University of Debrecen, partner companies, HEFOP and TÁMOP grants. Infrastructural development in conjunction with the above increased the quality of educational standards in gradual and postgradual education, too. All these changes and developments were presented on various professional meetings and published in relevant journals, as part ofinternal quality control.

Translated title of the contribution[Main indicators of educational activity at the Department of Operative Techniques and Surgical Research at the University of Debrecen between 2000-2013].
Original languageHungarian
Pages (from-to)171-176
Number of pages6
JournalUnknown Journal
Volume66
Issue number3
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Jun 2013

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Medicine(all)

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