Clinical role models are important in the early years of a problem-based learning curriculum

International Journal

Medical Teacher, Volume 28, Issue 1 Feb 01, 2006

“Following a comprehensive study of the role models identified by the first five years of students in a traditional medical programme, it was hypothesized that with curriculum reform clinical role models would assume greater importance earlier in the undergraduate medical programme. Indeed, when compared with their first- and second-year traditional curriculum colleagues, more problem-based learning students identified role models...For all cohorts, however, the mother was the most important rol

Author
Michelle McLean

Region
Southern Africa

Country
South Africa

Topic
Other

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