From September 28th-29th 2022 the hybrid Medical Education Forum was organized in Kraków, Poland. iCoViP members from Kraków and Augsburg participated and presented the latest project results. During the Polish-speaking session Joanna Fąferek presented iCoViP results of IO3, which is led by Jagiellonian University, – “How to effectively implement teaching of clinical reasoning into the curriculum?” (“Jak skutecznie wdrażać nauczanie rozumowania klinicznego w program studiów?”).
In the session about clinical reasoning Inga Hege presented a keynote on “Building a European collection of virtual patients for clinical reasoning training within the iCoViP project”. This session included also exciting presentations from the DID-ACT project and a presentation about the use of concept mapping for clinical reasoning teaching. About 30 participants attended the conference in-person and 250 attended virtually. After the presentation iCoViP partners had inspiring discussions with participants from Poland and the Ukraine.