K Horn

Ludwig-Maximilian-University of Munich, München, Bavaria, Germany

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Publications (3)1.42 Total impact

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    ABSTRACT: Through innovative teaching and learning methods relevant topics in rehabilitation can be conveyed effectively. Therefore, in this paper a papercase for problem-oriented learning (POL) is presented concerning rehabilitation in rheumatology, exemplified by a patient with ankylosing spondylitis. This papercase can be applied in the integrated course Rehabilitation, Physical Medicine and Naturopathic Treatment, the curricular part of teaching rehabilitation during the medical training according to the 9 (th) revision of the Federal Medical Licensing Regulations (Approbationsordnung). In addition the teaching material presented can be used in other courses, such as elective courses for non-medical professionals of the interdisciplinary rehabilitation team. First experiences gathered with the papercase in the Health and Nursing Sciences study programme of the Faculty of Medicine of Martin-Luther-University Halle-Wittenberg are reported.
    Die Rehabilitation 07/2007; 46(3):164-74. · 0.71 Impact Factor
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    ABSTRACT: With introduction of the new Federal Medical Licensing Regulations (Approbationsordnung) in Germany, integrated teaching in "Rehabilitation, Physical Medicine, Naturopathic Treatment" (Querschnittsbereich Q12) has become obligatory for the first time. Furthermore, the new Regulations require the medical faculties in Germany to realize an innovative didactic orientation in teaching. This paper provides an overview of recent applications of teaching techniques and examination methods in medical education with special consideration of the new integrated course Q12 and further teaching methods related to rehabilitative issues. Problem-oriented learning (POL), problem-based learning (PBL), bedside teaching, eLearning, and the examination methods Objective Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE) and Triple Jump are in the focus. This overview is intended as the basis for subsequent publications of the Commission for Undergraduate and Postgraduate Training of the German Society of Rehabilitation Science (DGRW), which will present examples of innovative teaching material.
    Die Rehabilitation 05/2007; 46(2):64-73. · 0.71 Impact Factor
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    Rehabilitation. 01/2007; 46(2):64-73.