Name of the activity:The Green Meeting
Country/NMO: Ecuador (AEMPPI-Ecuador)
Program: Ethics & Human Rights in Health
Contact information: [email protected]
Type of the activity: Capacity Building
The Project consists of a day of training sessions to train
medical students about some issues regarding our committee, and effective ways to address these issues. The project will start with
a human rights training; since, it is the basis of all
committee. In this training the trainer will focus on clarifying whichy are the human rights, same that all we must enjoy them. Followed by a
training about”team building”. Although
this training is not clearly from the committee, teamwork is
essential for the development of any project inside and outside the committee.
Likewise, the medical career is a profession in which we constantly
are working as a team; so, establish an adequate concept of
Equipment is essential for optimal training. The trainings of
interculturalism and special capacities, will focus on providing
students, clear definitions of these two topics and provide ways to
Address these issues in a clearer, more entertaining and dynamic way.
Medical Ethics (Patient Centered Care, Good Medical Practice, direct doctor-patient relationship)
We wish to carry out this project to increase the knowledge about the human rights and peace committee; It will awaken the enthusiasm among medical students for participating in the projects to be carried out by SCORP and thus contribute to society from their knowledge, since they involve diverse topics such as interculturality or the focus on people with special abilities. In addition to this, it is important to make known the rights we have as human beings, regardless of social, economic or physical condition; because in the global environment they have been continuously violated. That is why with a mentality based on legislative knowledge focused on the health of society, will contribute to change, full of inclusiveness, even more in the medical field, from the students. All this has arisen because of the main motivation to modify the primary objective of medical students’ attendance with respect to exchanges, but not for the essence itself, of what participation in this diverse committee involves. It will develop in one day during around 9 hours
Target groups and beneficiaries:
Target group: Medical students from Ecuador at all levels of education
Beneficiary Group: active members the SCORP committee
Objectives and indicators of success:
Train approximately 40 medical students in the field of Human Rights, Team Building, Intercultural Understanding and Disabilities through sessions taught by certified IFMSA trainers.
• Advertise the project through social networks.
• Obtain a minimum of 5 participants from each university for the Project
Complete the training session within the established time limits.
During the symposium: the registration of the participants will take place first, then the welcome and presentation of the coaches will be given. After that, the Human Rights training will begin, by Jorge Estrella, where it will be explained, what is a Human Right, what are they, and their importance within the social development, together with our participation for its validity. Then, the refreshment will continue, to give continuity to Team Building training by Juan Pablo Carrion, where the difference between owning a leader or a boss within a group, who makes up a team, the effective ways for all the participants give their point of view and that the team to which they conform achieve their objectives. Therefore, the Intercultural Understanding Training will be given, which will teach the definition of said topic, as well as its objectives to be fulfilled by the corresponding managers and the open mentality that must be possessed when forming part of this topic, since that there are specific characteristics of each culture; as their dress, language, customs. In addition, tolerance to other cultures will be emphasized. After that, it will be lunch, followed by Disabilities Training. This will emphasize the definition of what it is to have a special capacity, who make up this population group, how to address problems before people who have that condition, whether mental or physical and know what their rights are within the Ecuadorian territory to encourage their inclusion. Finally the farewell and thanks.
Plans for evaluation:
At the beginning of the day there will be a survey of 4 questions about the topics to be discussed during the day. At the end of the day, these same questions will be asked again in order to evaluate if the knowledge was transmitted correctly. The questions to answer will be the following:
1. Which option encompasses the rights of children according to UNICEF?
a) Right to special protection.
b) Right to have a name regardless of nationality.
c) Right to a free education.
d) Right to understanding and love on the part of the family and society.
7-all of the above
2. A team is made up of
to. A group of people with different ideals working for the same goal
b. A group of people with the same ideals working for the same goal
c. A group of people with different ideals working for individual goals
3. Ecuador is a plurinational and intercultural state of rights according to the constitution of that country. How many nationalities have been recognized as belonging to Ecuador?
4. What does the term ” people with special abilities ” mean? ___________________________
Regarding the evaluation of the sessions, a google form will be sent that the participants must complete prior to receiving their certificate, the questions to answer will be:
1. From 1 to 10 how would you rate the project?
2. What did you like the most?
3. What was your favorite session? Why?
4. From 1 to 10 how would you rate the coaches?
5. Which activity did you like the most?
What would you recommend for a next occasion?