Workshop over Interculturele SOLK-communicatie (gratis)

Workshop over Interculturele SOLK-communicatie (gratis)

Workshop over Interculturele SOLK-communicatie (gratis)

Gratis online cursus voor gezondheidswerkers en studenten over ‘Consultaties met MUS-patiënten in een diverse context’.

Onderverdeeld in zes modules van elk 60-90 minuten:

  • Vertrouwen opbouwen
  • Kennis
  • Competentieprofiel
  • Houding
  • Toolbox
  • Interprofessioneel en intercultureel overlegEuropese CME-accreditatie is aangevraagd.

De modules worden opgenomen en op de website geplaatst en worden georganiseerd door het Europees partnerschap voor medisch onderwijs op medisch onverklaarbare symptomen en interculturele communicatie (MUSIC), waarin wordt samengewerkt:

  • Afdeling Huisartsenpraktijk van het Erasmus MC Universitair Ziekenhuis Rotterdam
  • Afdeling Integratieve Geneeskunde van het Universitair Ziekenhuis Gent
  • Afdeling Persoonlijkheids-, klinische en gezondheidspsychologie, Universiteit van Szeged.

Free online course for health professionals and students about ‘Consultations with MUS patients in a divers context’.
Six modules from 60-90 minutes each. European CME accreditation has been applied for. The modules are made by the European partnership for Medical Education on Medically Unexplained Symptoms and Intercultural Communication (MUSIC).
Information and registration

  1. Building trust. How do you build therapeutic relationships and confidence with MUPS patients? How do you make them feel that you understand their concerns? The aim is to help patients to trust you as a professional, to be able to disclose their problems and get engaged in communication and the relationship.
    Prof. Dr. Marta Csabai, Dr Melinda Látos, Dr Viola Sallay, Lilla Lucza (PhD student), Department of Personality, Clinical, and Health Psychology, University of Szeged; Prof. Dr. An Mariman, Department of Internal Medicine, University Hospital Ghent, Belgium; Dr. Anne Weiland, Department of General Practice of the Erasmus MC University Hospital Rotterdam.
    3rd of March 2021, 4 PM
  2. Knowledge. What are essential guidelines in treatment of MUPS patients and what are the implications for education and organisation of care? Results of a systematic review.
    Prof. Dr. Dirk Vogelaers, Prof. Dr. An Mariman, Prof. Dr. Peter Vermeir, Department of Internal Medicine, University Hospital Ghent, Belgium. Prof. Dr. Marta Csabai, Department of Personality, Clinical, and Health Psychology, University of Szeged. Dr. Anne Weiland, Department of General Practice of the Erasmus MC University Hospital Rotterdam.
    21st of April 2021, 4 PM
  3. Competency profile. How to use this profile in your education? This profile (and module) addresses and integrates Attitude, Knowledge and Skills.
    Dr. Anne Weiland, Dr. Karen Stegers-Jager, Drs. Marlies van der Meer, Department of General Practice of the Erasmus MC University Hospital Rotterdam. Prof Dr. Marta Csabai, Department of Personality, Clinical, and Health Psychology, University of Szeged; Prof. Dr. An Mariman, Department of Internal Medicine of the University Hospital Ghent.
    26th of May 2021, 4 PM
  4. Attitude. How do you keep satisfied with MUS patients? How do you relate to those patients without getting tired or irritated. The aim is to come to a better understanding of patients and how to regulate your own emotions, when there seems no ability to relief their pain or symptoms.
    Dr. Anne Weiland, Dr. Marloes Jacobs, Drs. Marlies van der Meer, Department of General Practice of the Erasmus MC University Hospital Rotterdam. Prof. Dr. Marta Csabai, Department of Personality, Clinical, and Health Psychology, University of Szeged; Prof. Dr. An Mariman, Department of Internal Medicine of the University Hospital Ghent.
    23rd of June 2021, 4 PM
  5. Toolbox. Which tools are helpful? SCEBS-model, cultural interview, explanatory models for MUS.
    Prof. Dr. Dirk Vogelaers, Prof. Dr. An Mariman, Prof. Dr. Peter Vermeir, Department of Internal Medicine, University Hospital Ghent, Belgium. Prof. Dr. Marta Csabai, Department of Personality, Clinical, and Health Psychology, University of Szeged. Dr. Anne Weiland, Department of General Practice of the Erasmus MC University Hospital Rotterdam.
    22nd of September 2021, 4 PM
  6. Interprofessional and intercultural consultations How can different health professionals integrate their knowledge to help patients to cope with medically unexplained symptoms? What are the most typical challenges in consultations where the patient and professional arrive from different cultural backgrounds?
    Prof. Dr. Marta Csabai, Dr Melinda Látos, Dr Viola Sallay, Lilla Lucza (PhD student) Department of Personality, Clinical, and Health Psychology, University of Szeged; Prof. Dr. An Mariman, Department of Internal Medicine, University Hospital Ghent, Belgium. Dr. Anne Weiland, Department of General Practice of the Erasmus MC University Hospital Rotterdam
    14th of October 2021, 4 PM online and/or live in Rotterdam.

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