Higher Education Research in Health Professions Group

In the «Higher Education Research in Health Professions Group» we conduct research in the educational field of higher education. The main question is how learning processes can be guided. We also explore relevant questions of personnel development and departmental development.

Projects

Publications

Selected journal publications

  • Rogan S, Taeymans J, Zuber S & Zinzen E Feasibility and effectiveness of guided self-study on examination and treatment competencies of undergraduate physiotherapy students - a protocol for a pilot randomized controlled trial. 2019. Physical Therapy Reviews. 1-5,
  • Rogan S, Taeymans J & Zinzen E Guided self-study in higher education – a literature review, Book of Abstract, AMEE 2019, Vienna, Austria:1600
  • Rogan S, Taeymans J & Zinzen E Teaching development in undergradutae students – heutagogy and lifelong learning. WCPT-Congress, Geneva, Switzerland. 2019:PO-B-30-SAT2
  • Luginbuehl H, Taeymans J, Buss B, Zinzen E & Rogan S Portfolio programs in medical education: what kind of assessments should be used to objectively assess learning success? Abstract Book, 21st European Congress of Physical & Rehabilitation Medicine. 2018; 86
  • Luginbuehl H, Taeymans J, Buss B, Zinzen E & Rogan S Portfolio programs in medical education: what kind of assessments should be used to objectively assess learning success? Ottawa-ICME, Abu Dhabi, UAC. JIIMC. 2018; (13):107-108 Supplement
  • Buss B, Rogan S, Luijckx E, Zinzen E Portfolio as a tool to stimulate physiotherapy students to reflect their learning process: a systematic review. WCPT-Congress, Geneva, Switzerland. 2019:PO-C-12-MON2
  • Buss B, Luijckx E, Rogan S & Zinsen E Objective structure Examination (OSCE) in Physiotherapy: What is the difference between communication competence and therapeutic climate? Abstract Book, AMEE, Basel, Switzerland, 2018; 818
  • Buss B, Lujickx E, Brandt S & Rogan S Ottawa-ICME, Portfolio as a tool to stimulate physiotherapy students to reflect their learning process: a systematic review. Abu Dhabi, UAC. JIIMC. 2018; (13):24 Supplement
  • Buss B, Rogan S & Luijckx E Portfolio as a tool to stimulate physiotherapy students to reflect their learning process: a systematic review. Book of Abstract, Joint congress of the Gesellschaft für Medizinische Ausbildung (GMA) and the Arbeitskreis zur Weiterentwicklung der Lehre in der Zahnmedizin (AKWLZ). 2017;105