BMS Faculty Has held a workshop over the past two days to raise the efficiency and performance of Tutors in managing panel discussions, time management and how to give feedback to students and organize group discussions.
The workshop is part of the faculty’s annual plan to train and prepare professional cadres specialized in educational supervision with high efficiency, and to hone their educational skills in line with the faculty’s strategic plan to develop the performance of its teaching staff through training, improve teaching strategies, and enrich knowledge to meet international standards of medical education.
The BMS Faculty of Basic Medical Sciences is the first to adopt and implement the dilemma-based education system in Libya, which has earned its outstanding experience in the preparation and training of Tutors and has been organizing such workshops for nearly 10 years.
BMS is always keen to review its curricula and teaching methods in the context of an annual comprehensive development plan, which relies mainly on adopting innovation, creativity, and openness to leading medical experiences, and the experiences of established educational institutions in this type of education.
BMS adopts a dilemma-based education system in the medical field, with the aim of developing students’ analytical thinking and self-desire to learn, absorbing, using and employing modern technology optimally, and instilling a spirit of teamwork among students.
In addition to the above, medical education at BMS is also based on studying the problems of society and addressing its health dilemmas, allowing its students to have direct contact with their communities and acquire the theoretical and applied experiences necessary to develop their medical skills.
For any information, you can contact the Department of The Faculty of Basic Medical Sciences at [email protected]