Keywords: war, Ukraine, migrants, WONCA tree, competences, family medicine
The aim of this workshop is to explore how core competences of family medicine/general practice, represented in the WONCA tree, can be used and taught in different crisis conditions and to give the audience possibility to discover different ways of teaching this topic.
20-30 teachers of family medicine are expected to participate. 4-5 facilitators will take part in the workshop. The workshop will consist of: a) a discussion about different types of crises and the role of family doctors/general practitioners in it, b) an interactive presentation of the competences represented in the WONCA tree, c) brainstorming about how to teach these competences with creative teaching techniques.
Video case presentation of the Ukrainian refugee will be presented in the beginning of the workshop. In small groups, participants will share their own experience of teaching in crisis situations and be encouraged to propose solutions to teach selected family medicine core competences in different crisis.
Points for discussion:
What is a crisis? Is war different from other crisis and do family doctors have a stable list of core competences despite the crisis situation?
How to teach the core competences of family medicine and do they change during different crisis conditions? Wonca tree is a graphical representation of core competences of family medicine/general practice. But are these competences still relevant in crisis?
Wonca tree is a graphical representation of core competences of family medicine/general practice. But are these competences still relevant in crisis? Should we still teach them and if so, how?