Acquiring Advanced Professional Skills (part 1)
Full course description
Research proposal, scientific English course). the writing development, (portfolio module this for ‘Writing a research proposal’ winds up the first year as a complete module. Hence, parts of this module are provided to make the requirements of the separate courses for the research master students more severe (journal clubs, research orientation), other parts of this programme are specific course sciences researchers, and linked with the health future of education the for essential be to considered be the student and his supervisors. To meet these wishes we have chosen, for practical reasons, to set up a separate ‘third-stream’ module ‘Acquiring advanced professional skills’, which comprises elements that can by student the of development professional the upon reflection well as critical as taught be need for scientific integrity to reaccreditation committee emphasized the KNAW The Health Sciences Research master’s programme shares part of its modules with the Epidemiology master’s programme. Initially, the KNAW has commanded that modules from the ‘regular’ Epidemiology programme can be used, be it under the express condition that the end terms of the modules were made more severe for the HSR master’s students. Also the
Advanced Professional skills, but also the parts to stiffen the requirements of the separate regular courses according to the guidelines of the KNAW. Acquiring course entire the of elements core the only encompasses not RHS4020 2. year in RHS5020 and 1 year in given is RHS4020 years where two over spread is skills Professional Advanced Acquiring
The course Acquiring Advanced Professional Skills consists of several subparts:
- Writing a research protocol (EPI4927)) course the of sessions training skills and lectures Writing the research protocol for the placement in year 2 (making use of the
- Writing scientific English
- professional behavior, lectures on research integrity) on reflection plan, development personal a of Development and evaluation of a portfolio (including 360 degree feedback, development
- Journal club
- Orientation of the research performed in the field of Health Sciences
Knowledge and understanding:
- Students learn about the contents of the various elements of a research proposal
- Students learn about various research and funding agencies, their strategies and procedures, their focus, their rules.
Applying knowledge and understanding:
- Students learn how to write and submit a research proposal in the wide field of health sciences research
- Students have the ability to review and assess the quality of existing research protocols
- Student acts and complies with existing academic values, principles and rules to the best of one’s knowledge.
- Student can show that he or she critically evaluates his or her own behavior, viewpoints and methods and is open to evaluation by others.
- Students learn how to write a research protocol
- Students can resent their research project for an audience of teachers and fellow-students.
- Student is able to ask for, receive and use in feedback a constructive attitude.
Skills for further teaching:
- Students can apply the gained skills in a future research environment.
- Student shows a willingness to learn from evaluations by changing his or her behaviour, position or methods.