Our teaching is integrative. We combine digital formats with classroom teaching in an innovative way. We explore new tools and methods, evaluate them and use the findings for implementation. We also work on research questions in individual teaching projects.
We explore which teaching formats are appropriate and how they contribute to learning success. This involves mixed methods, such as quantitative surveys, progress tests and focus groups.
One focus of our research are our eLearning Programs, which are implemented on our in-house eLearning platform. Using innovative methods, we enable case-based, experience-based and collaborative learning digitally. Within the framework of flipped classroom concepts, eLearning formats are extended and deepened by on-site training.
Our participatory research approach and consistent stakeholder involvement enable us to tailor our teaching offerings specifically to different target groups (health professionals, students of different professions, patients).
Furthermore, we systematically work on the development and evaluation of modern curricula, for example in the domains of interprofessional teaching and integrative oncology.