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Post-Graduate Diploma in Health Education
Postgraduate Studies in Health Sciences Education The EDU provides an accredited programme for colleagues who teach UCT Health Sciences Students.
Survival Guides for Course Conveners for the 2017 Mini-Semester
At the end of 2017, the Education Development Unit in the DHSE held a session for course conveners to hear how we could support them in 2017, what with the mini-semester and a series of condensed courses lying ahead.
Continuing Professional Development
The EDU offers courses in health professional education that are structured to suit a variety of professionals needs. We provide continuing professional development opportunities for colleagues who teach UCT Health Sciences Students.
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Tuesday, November 4, 2014 - 17:30

The deadline for Sub-Saharan Africa-FAIMER Regional Institute (SAFRI) application submissions has been extended to Friday 14 November.

Misconceptions about biology book cover
Wednesday, August 13, 2014 - 16:30
Exploring lecturers’ views of first-year health science students’ misconceptions in biomedical domains

Elmi Badenhorst,  Sílvia Mamede, Nadia Hartman, Henk G. Schmidt

Abstract

Research has indicated that misconceptions hamper the process of knowledge construction. Misconceptions are defined as persistent ideas not supported by current scientific views.Few studies have explored how misconceptions develop when first year health students conceptually move between anatomy and physiology to construct coherent knowledge about the human body.

Wednesday, July 9, 2014 - 14:45

Dr Nadia Hartman recently launched her book, "The Primary Health Care Approach and Restructuring of the MBChB:  A Case Study of the Faculty of Health Sciences at University of Cape Town" through Lambert Academic Publishing.

Dr Hartman is the directory of the Education Development Unit of the Faculty of Health Sciences at UCT.

(Books can be ordered from Dr Hartman or directly from the publisher's outlet at www.morebooks.de

Tuesday, June 17, 2014 - 16:45

Congratulations to Associate Professor Francois Cilliers, responsible for the Assessment, Curriculum Development and Educational Research functions of the Education Development Unit (EDU), for being one of the co-authors of the IJAD's Article of the Year award.

Friday, December 13, 2013 - 17:15

The Education Development Unit (EDU) has launched the Teaching, Learning and Assessment Short Course, 2014.

Monday, September 16, 2013 - 15:15

EDU goes online with Professional Development Courses

The Education Development Unit, Faculty Health Sciences, UCT, has adapted face-to-face professional development initiatives to be available as free online courses. The courses are available to anyone teaching health sciences students.

Tuesday, September 30, 2014 - 15:15

2015 Applications for Post Graduate Diploma in Health Professional Education open till 31 October 2015 The Faculty of Health Sciences at the University of Cape Town offers a Postgraduate Diploma in Health Professional Education.

The programme will enable educators of health science students to reflect critically on the theory and practice of teaching, learning, assessment and curriculum development in Primary Health Care-led health systems and curricula.

For more information on who to contact regarding applications for 2015 click here.

Monday, August 3, 2015 - 17:00

A HUGE thank you...!

The Isolomzi Transkei trip in July 2015 could NOT have taken place if it was not for the generosity of a large number of people. The list is long , but it would not be right if this list was not published. So, in no particular order, please browse the list below:

Wednesday, July 9, 2014 - 15:00

“Sakai 10 (what we at UCT call Vula) is the most innovative Sakai release to date, with dozens of contributing institutions and organizations to thank for that,” said Chuck Severance, Chair of the Sakai Project Management Committee and faculty member at University of Michigan. “Sakai 10 is a major milestone release that boasts a wide variety of new features and capabilities.”

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