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professional growth

Whether in medical, paramedical, regular, or professional education, Scorion is the learning portfolio for all types of education and training. Many different study courses and professions are already using Scorion in all kinds of settings.

What is Scorion used for?

Scorion is widely used in education for individual and flexible education. Medical courses, in particular, lead the way in this respect, but we now see changes in the direction of flexible and individual education of other courses. For example, paramedical training such as obstetrics and occupational therapy. But also regular training, such as PABO (primary education) training. The important educational changes that drive this process are ‘programmatic feedback’ and ‘Entrustable Professional Activities’ (EPAs). With Scorion, the student and the supervisor have an up-to-date picture of the progress in the program anytime and anywhere. The feedback, assignments or tests, are incorporated into the platform with smart, secure, and user-friendly apps.

In the professional setting, Scorion is used in a variety of ways. In hospitals, Scorion is used to register the Individual Performance of Medical Specialists (IFMS), but also as a quality passport for nurses to remain demonstrably competent. Scorion can too be used for quality assessments and performance and annual appraisals. With standard modules such as 360-degree feedback, Personal Development Plan (POP), and assessment interviews; Scorion perfectly supports the growth of the professional.

Regular education

Health professions

Due to the increasing academisation of the health professions, there has been a great demand in recent years for software tools that can measure the performance of (inter-)professional activities longitudinally.

Medical education

Medical studies in particular are characterised by their high practical component: students must learn how to apply their theoretical knowledge in practice. Scorion already guides a large number of medical students. Both in theory and in practice.

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