EADV Course Organisation Proposal
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The EADV follows the 5 different phases of the ADDIE model in the creation of online and classroom courses as shown below. The purpose of this is to ensure excellence in the manner medical education is delivered. The SMEs (Subject Matter Experts) will work in collaboration with the education team at the EADV on the implementation of this ADDIE process.
Before proceeding, make sure you have identified all of the points below. They are part of the Analysis phase and are essential for the Design phase.
Audience learning needs
Desired learning outcome
Resources availability (examples below under 'Deliverables')
Delivery method (fully online/blended/face-to-face)
01. Course name
02. Course chair
03. Chair membership number
04. Chair phone number
Include country code (e.g. +41)
Venue address and country. In case of e-learning, write "online".
06. Learning objectives and course description
At least 3 objectives. Examples: Identify best clinical practices; Define new controversial topics; Recognise theories of clinical dermatology.
07. Course outline/programme
Orderly list with the different topics/subtopics. List time breakdown and SME/speakers per topic if this is already known. Alternatively, submit the programme by email to
Send all deliverables to
Text (articles, books, papers, etc.)
Videos, Images and audio (in case of e-learning)
Downloadable PDF files (in case of e-learning)
09. Medical material needs (face-to-face courses only)
Describe the material, unitary cost and quantity.
10. Assessments / Exercises
Question polls with the wrong and correct answers should be sent to
(for online courses, a minimum of 10 questions per every hour of content)
Formative assessment (after each topic)
Summative assessment (only at the end of the course)
Both formative and summative assessments
Other can be Nurses, for example.
Specialists in Dermatology and Venereology
12. SMEs / Faculty
These are the people providing the content - list their names and email addresses. Make sure the faculty has been previously contacted and agreed on participating in this course.
Required for online courses. The reviewers (usually, course chairs) will step in at the Evaluation phase.
Breakdown the expected costs with material, equipment, venue, etc.
15. Expected date of delivery
A copy of your responses will be emailed to the address you provided.
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