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I. Session Details

  • Date: May 30, 2050

  • Time: 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM

  • Location: Medical Simulation Lab, [School Name]

  • Duration: 3 hours

  • Professor: [Your Name]

II. Learning Objectives

A. Cognitive Objectives: Understand the importance of practical medical field experience in enhancing clinical skills, such as diagnostic reasoning and treatment planning. Students will be able to articulate the relevance of hands-on training in the medical profession and its impact on patient care, drawing connections between theory and practice.

B. Psychomotor Objectives: Develop proficiency in basic medical procedures, including taking vital signs, performing physical examinations, and administering injections. By the end of the session, students should demonstrate competence in these fundamental clinical skills and exhibit proper techniques under supervision.

C. Affective Objectives: Foster a sense of curiosity and enthusiasm for real-world medical applications, encouraging a lifelong commitment to professional development. Through engaging activities, students will develop a passion for continuous learning and improvement in their medical careers, prioritizing patient safety and well-being while embracing challenges as opportunities for growth.

III. Materials

A. Medical Equipment:

  • Stethoscopes

  • Blood pressure cuffs

  • Reflex hammers

  • Otoscopes

  • Thermometers

  • Syringes and needles of various sizes

B. Simulation Models:

  • Human anatomical models: Full-body manikins with palpable pulses and simulated breath sounds, anatomical charts illustrating organ systems

  • Task trainers for suturing and wound care: Synthetic skin pads with layered tissue, suture kits containing different types of sutures and instruments

  • High-fidelity medical manikins for advanced simulations: Simulated patient scenarios with responsive vital signs, computerized manikins capable of simulating various medical emergencies, virtual reality headsets for immersive experiences in surgical simulations

C. Personal Protective Equipment (PPE):

  • Disposable gloves

  • Surgical masks

  • Protective goggles

  • Lab coats

IV. Procedure





Introduction to Practical Medical Field Experience

10 mins


Overview of Safety Protocols and Equipment

5 mins


Group Formation and Assignment of Practical Tasks

15 mins


Hands-on Practice with Medical Equipment and Simulation

30 mins


Peer Evaluation and Feedback

20 mins


Discussion on Practical Learning Outcomes

10 mins

V. Assessment


Assessment Method

Proficiency in Procedures

Objective Structured Clinical Exam (OSCE)

Communication Skills

Peer and Instructor Feedback

Application of Knowledge

Performance in Practical Tasks, Self-assessment

VI. Professor’s Reflection

Reflect on the effectiveness of the practical medical field experience, considering student engagement, skill development, and areas for improvement in future activities. Evaluate the alignment between the session objectives and outcomes achieved, identifying any gaps or successes in meeting educational goals. Consider incorporating more advanced simulations or integrating interdisciplinary aspects to enhance the learning experience and better prepare students for clinical practice.

Additionally, assess whether the session met the desired learning objectives and if any modifications are necessary for future iterations. Finally, encourage students to provide feedback on their experiences to further refine the activity for subsequent cohorts, emphasizing the importance of continuous improvement in medical education and fostering a culture of reflective practice among future healthcare professionals.

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