(C) 2004 - 2005
Kongressitoimisto / Mika Elmeranta


 

 

Conference programme

 

Sunday, September 4, 2005

11.00 - 12.00 Registration at Conference venue (Pharmacity, Itäinen Pitkäkatu 4B )

12.00 - 16.00 Workshop: Medical University Administration (Faculty of Medicine, address Sirkkalankatu 1)
Chair: Prof. Michael Shattock, London, UK

Relations between national health care and medical education systems:
Professor S. Leinster, Norwich, UK

Non-medically trained managers in running medical schools:
Professor J. Prat, Lleida, Spain

17.30 - 19.00 Registration at Sokos Hotel Hamburger Börs (Kauppiaskatu 6)

19.00 - 21.00 City Reception at Wäinö Aaltonen Museum of Modern Art

Monday, September 5, 2005

08.00 Registration and coffee
08.45 Opening of the conference

Session 1: Humanities in Medical School Curriculum
Chair: Prof. Pekka Kääpä, Turku, Finland

09.00 The ‘Renaissance’ of Humanities in Medical Education: a Philosophical
Perspective
: Prof. Martyn Evans, Durham, UK

09.30 Do Arts Have a Role in Medical Education? Dr. Marek Dominiczak, Glasgow, UK

10.00 Poster Walk and Refreshments

10.20 Impact of Humanities on Medical Education - the Turku Experience:
Prof. Riitta Pyykkö, Turku, Finland

10.50 Integration of Medical Humanities in a Problem-based Curriculum:
Prof. Amos Pasternack,Tampere, Finland

11.30 Lunch

Session 2: Bologna Process vs. Student Mobility in Medicine
Chair: Prof. Colette Creusy, Lille Cedex, France

12.30 Implementation of the Bologna Process into Medical Education in Europe:
Prof. Colette Creusy, Lille Cedex, France

13.00 Tuning Approach on Curriculum Development:
Docent Heikki Pekkarinen, Kuopio, Finland

13.30 Coffee

14.00 Implications of the Bologna Process for Medical Education and Student Mobility:
Prof. Wolfgang Gerke, Zurich, Switzerland

14.30 Mobility During the Medicine Studies. How far and how much?
Dr. Valpuri Saarinen, Tampere, Finland

15.00 - 15.40 AMSE - General Assembly

19.00 Conference Cruise and Dinner

Tuesday, September 6, 2005

Session 3: Challenges in Leadership and Management in Medical Schools
Chair: Prof. Wolfgang Schütz, Wien, Austria

09.30 University Medicine - Endangered Species? Prof. Kari Raivio, Helsinki, and Prof. Ilkka Välimäki, Turku, Finland

09.45 From State-driven Universities in Austria to Independent Entities and the Role of
Medical Schools:
Prof. Wolfgang Schütz, Wien, Austria

10.30 Coffee

11.15 How to Create a New Medical School? Prof. John Tooke, Plymouth, UK

11.45 Quality Assurance in Medical Schools: Ms. Cheryl Terés Castillo, Lleida, Spain (O1)

12.00 Lunch

Session 4: Integration of Medicine and Information Systems. Economical, Educational and Practical Views on Strategic Management of Change
Chair: Dr. Marianne Maass, Turku, Finland

Note: The session will be provided with a possibility for on-line discussion via videoconferencing at the speed of 384 Kbps. In case you decide to join the on-line discussion, please send the IP address or ISDN number of your videoconferencing system to jani@utu.fi.

13.30 Strategic Management of Costs and Benefits of Medical Information Systems:
Dr. Marianne Maass, Turku , Finland

14.00 Experiences in the Use of Information Technology in Medical Education:
Prof. Jussi Mertsola, Turku, Finland

14.30 Coffee

15.00 Information Systems and Medicine. Reliability, Usability and User Friendliness.
Managing the Change: Dr. Ing. Elisa Talini, Pisa, Italy

15.30 Reliability of Internet as a Source of Medical Information:
Dr. Kristian Lampe, Helsinki, Finland

16.00 Closing of the conference