The course should ensure that the students acquire knowledge about the most important symptoms and diseases (most frequent or serious) and causes of death from birth to death within gynaecology-obstetrics, paediatrics, dermatology and venerology, clinical genetics, social medicine, rehabilitation and forensic medicine. This is supported by preparatory teaching videos, which must clarify basic concepts before the lecture, so that the students have a basic academic understanding in advance, and the focus can thereby be shifted from reviewing the syllabus to practice application.
Flipped classroom focuses on how learning at lower taxonomic levels takes place before lectures, so as to use these at higher taxonomic levels for application, reflection and discussion.
The design of the activity was that before the lecture, three educational videos were produced, summarising key elements of the syllabus and explaining key concepts. The total duration of the videos was 12 minutes.
The videos were uploaded to Blackboard via Kaltura (Kaltura is no longer in use. Use Brightspace and Panopto instead)
At the lecture, time was set off for in-depth application of the material on specific cases.
After the lecture, the activity was evaluated by the students, who generally expressed great enthusiasm. Evaluation of the applicability scored 4.5 out of 5.