Development of Program Module for In-Situ One Health Problem-Based Learning for Human and Animal Health

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MyOHUN has organized In-Situ PBL activities since 2015 and has gained a lot of experiences and lesson-learned throughout the years. This year, MyOHUN took the opportunity to compile all those experiences gained into a Program Module for the In-Situ One Health Problem-Based Learning for Human and Animal Health, with the objective of creating a PBL module that uniquely serves the In-Situ program and can be used as a reference by academicians and PBL trainers in the region.

This activity comprises two series led by Assoc. Prof. Dr. Hasliza Binti Abu Hassim from Universiti Putra Malaysia (UPM). Eighteen experienced In-Situ PBL facilitators gathered for the first series held in Marriot Putrajaya Hotel from 6 to 7 August 2020. The first series focused on the module’s structure and preliminary PBL chapters and topics to be included in the module.

Finalizing a module is not an easy task. The group convened again at the Hatten Hotel Malacca from 28 to 30 August 2020 for the second series to finalize the module’s content and chapters. The module was categorized into three parts, which are Pre-Activity, Activity, and Post-Activity. Two PBL experts assisted both activity series as facilitators, namely Prof. Dr. Syafinaz Amin Nordin and Prof. Dr. Siti Suri Arshad from UPM.