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Nuclear Medicine

Teaching

Under the new medical curriculum at the University of Bergen, nuclear medicine is taught in the 3rd, 4th and 5th years.

Looking at at PET/CT

Looking at a PET/CT is part of the medical training at the University of Bergen.
Producer:
Martin Biermann, UiB

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Nuclear medicine teaching 3rd year

2 x 45 min lectures (150 students).

Interaktive seminar based on clinical cases (90 minutes, 80 students)
Mandatory web lecture (Norwegian): Nuclear Medicine in Oncology
Test yourself: MC questions on https://mitt.uib.no (requires logon)
End of term examination. Test questions on https://mitt.uib.no (requires logon)

Objective Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE)
At the PET/CT station students are to navigate and interpret a PET/CT case from the national teaching server using diagnostic PET/CT viewing software. To prepare, they train on 5 cases on https://mitt.uib.no (see Gulati et al. 2019)

Nuclear medicine teaching 8th term (endocrinology)

Web lecture (English): Thyroid scintigraphy
Test yourself: MC questions on https://mitt.uib.no (requires logon)

Interaktive seminar based on clinical cases (90 minutes, 40 students)
End of term examination. Test questions on https://mitt.uib.no (requires logon)

Nuclear medicine teaching 10th term (oncology)

Mandatory web lecture (Norwegian): Nuclear Medicine in Oncology
Alterantive web lecture (English): Nuclear medicine in a nutshell
Test yourself: MC-questions on https://mitt.uib.no

Interaktive seminar based on clinical cases (90 minutes, 40 students)
Mandatory learning activity: Look at 5 PET/CT cases on the national teaching server (see Biermann et. al. 2021)

 

Other teaching ressources

Case database + case list/overview https://nukoa.ihelse.net (accessible only inside the hospital network)

Other ressources - see old curriculum Medisin 2005

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