Performance of Academically at-Risk Medical Students in a Problem-Based Learning Programme: A Preliminary Report

International Journal

Jul 18, 2006

"The introduction of PBL at the University of Cape Town has not had a deleterious effect on the performance of academically at-risk medical students. Interim analysis suggests that retention rates and academic performance in the PBL programme are better than those achieved in the extended traditional programme."

Author
C.N.T. Sikakana
J.L. Seggie
N. Yeld
V.C. Burch

Region
Southern Africa

Country
South Africa

Topic
Capacity Building
Retention
Training

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