BTK-VD project is innovative firstly by its mere existence, since none of the medical partners have any experience in working project-based, this being a new approach to CDP in the surgery profession.
At European level, looking on the dissemination databases there are a lot of fundamental researches projects, but only 5 in the lifelong learning area and none with VET focuses such as creating a new surgery protocol. In this aspect we are unique. We are laso unique in understanding that in order to create a suitable and sustainable product, we need to involve all key actors: the practitioners / professionals we will develop the tools & learning experiences for, the academia that pushes towards innovation and development, the employers - public and private medical services that are the beneficiaries of the innovation, and the connected industry that provides the utensils and supplies for changing surgical approaches.
Project is kept as innovation in institutional and sectorial level according the definition of Innovation of OECD. Sectorial innovation of problem-based learning in Vascular diseases concerns it to be and innovation in the study programmes of below the knee , where problem-based learning practice don’t have a deep roots. Institutional innovation emphasized by project idea it self – problem-based learning strategy is innovative, never implemented before in the study programmes of partners institutions. This project propose innovative problem-based leaning strategies integration within study programmes of educational institutions of project's partners.
CME-CPD (Continuing Medical Education, Continuing Professional Development) is one of the pillars for quality assurance in medical care. It means that the medical specialists are due to continuously update and enhance their knowledge, skills and behaviour/attitude towards their patients, their peers and their staff.Read More