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EDUCACIÓN MÉDICA 107 Reforma curricular en Medicina en la Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile - M. Cisternas et al - Profesionalismo médico. - Modelo educativo orientado según metas de aprendizaje. - Formación general con integración transversal y longitudinal. - Proceso de implementación de la reforma. - Plan de evaluación de la reforma curricular de medicina con acortamiento en 6 años. - Reporte resumen de resultados de evaluación curricular de medicina, estudios comparados de los programas en 6 y 7 años. Agradecimientos. Quisiéramos hacer un reconocimiento especial al Dr. Eduardo Guarda Salazar (QEPD), cardiólogo y profesor de nuestra Escuela, quien fue uno de los líderes en la consolidación e implementación de la reforma curricular de Medicina. Agradecemos su profundo, valioso y permanente compromiso con esta Facultad y Universidad. Referencias 1. Barzansky B. Abraham Flexner and the Era of Medical Education Reform. Acad Med 2010; 85: S19-S25. 2. Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. Escuela de Medicina Internet. Chile: Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile; c1996-2015 cited 2015 Nov 8. (Available from: http://medicina.uc.cl/). Spanish. 3. Plan de Formación y Retención de Especialistas en el Sector Público de Salud Internet. Chile: Ministerio de Salud, Gobierno de Chile; updated 2015 Aug 4; cited 2015 Nov 8. (Available from: http://wen.minsal.cl/ medicosespecialistas/). Spanish. 4. QS Quacquarelli Symonds Limited. QS World University Rankings by Subject 2015-Medicine Internet. London: QS Quacquarelli Symonds Limited; c1994- 2015. cited 2015 Nov 8. (Available from: http://www. topuniversities.com/university-rankings/university-subject rankings/2015/medicine). 5. Anderson MB, Kanter SL. Medical Education in the United States and Canada, 2010. Acad Med 2010; 85: 2-18. 6. Dienstag J. Evolution of the New Pathway Curriculum at Harvard Medical School: The New Integrated Curriculum. Perspect Biol Med 2011; 54 (1): 36-54. 7. Grupuso PA, Dollase R, Dumenco L, Taylor J, Green. The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University. Acad Med 2010; 85 (9): 520-4. 8. An Overview of Education and Training Requirements for Global Healthcare Professionals. Physician. Workforce and Training Task Force. (available from: http:// www.gken.org/Docs/Workforce/Physician%20Educ%20 Reqs_FINAL%20102609.pdf) 9. Dyrbye L, Starr S, Thompson G, Lindor K. A Model for Integration of Formal Knowledge and Clinical Experience: The Advanced Doctoring Course at Mayo Medical School. Acad Med 2011; 86: 1130-6. 10. Hodges BD. A Tea-Steeping or i-Doc Model for Medical Education. Acad Med 2010; 85: 34-44. 11. Gonzalo J, Haidet P, Papp K, Wolpaw R, Moser E, Wittenstein R, Wolpaw T. Educating for the 21 st-Century Health Care System: An Interdependent Framework of Basic, Clinical, and Systems Sciences. Acad Med 2015, Oct 16. 12. Wynia M, Papadakis M, Sullivan W, Hafferty F. More Than a List of Values and Desired Behaviors: A Foundational Understanding of Medical Professionalism Acad Med 2014; 89: 712-4. 13. Puchalski C, Blatt B, Kogan M, Butler A. Spirituality and Health: The Development of a Field. Acad Med 2014; 89: 10-6. 14. Wearn A, Wilson H, Hawken SJ, Child S, Mitchell CJ. In search of professionalism: implications for medical education. N Z Med J 2010; 123 (1314): 123-32. 15. Birden H, Glass N, Wilson I, Harrison M, Usherwood T, Nass D. Teaching professionalism in medical education: A Best Evidence Medical Education (BEME) systematic review. Med Teach 2013; 35 (7): 1252-66. 16. Woollard R. Caring for a common future: medical schools’ social accountability. Med Educ 2006; 40: 301- 13. 17. Scottish Dean’s Medical Education Group. The Scottish Doctor. Learning outcomes for the Medical Undergraduate in Scotland: A Foundation for Competent and Reflective Practitioners. 3rd Edition. Dundee, UK: Association for Medical Education in Europe (AMEE). 18. Irby D, Cooke M, O’Brien Bridget. Calls for Reform of Medical Education by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching: 1910 and 2010. Acad Med 2010; 85 (2): 220-7. 19. Woollard R. Caring for a common future: medical schools’ social accountability. Med Educ 2006; 40: 301- 13. 20. Cohen J. Professionalism in medical education, an American perspective: from evidence to accountability. Med Educ 2006; 40: 607-17. 21. Murray E, Gruppen L, Catton P, Hays R, O Woolliscroft J. The accountability of clinical education: its definition and assessment. Med Educ 2000; 34: 871-9. Rev Med Chile 2016; 144: 102-107


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