Emergency care education plays an important role in doctors’ accurate response in life threatening situations. Medical universities in the Netherlands have been outsourcing this type of education to Schola Medica for over ten years. Schola Medica ensures that healthcare staff is well prepared in case of any emergencies. Their educational programs are based on in-practice situations, using simulation patients and experienced doctors who teach 3000 students per year.
Working with short programs and relying on a continuously changing teaching staff, adds a lot of complexity to the organization. Hence, Schola Medica’s main challenges were the high number and diversity of courses and teachers to plan, educational content to share with students per course and the overall participant enrollment.
The organisation had to deal with highly demanding stakeholders consisting of doctors, medical students and customers such as medical universities and hospitals. At the same time, they are striving to offer an excellent educational environment, while unburding teachers and partners as much as possible.
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