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A combination of a shortage and maldistribution of health manpower and growing public discontent about the quality of care available, associated with heightened expectations, has put a great strain on the health care delivery system of Iran, which even massive importation of foreign doctors has not eased. The Fassa project was conceived to address health… (More)
In a programmed lecture a single teacher can transform an amphitheatre into a small-group tutorial. This paper, based on ten years' experience of using programmed lectures, provides details on their construction and administration and contrasts them with the classical lecture method.
A problem-based course designated as 'Beginning Doctor' was given to 136 first year medical and dental students. The students were divided into small groups and under guidance of a tutor studied largely unfamiliar clinical problems presented to them as written résumés. They determined what further information they required, obtained the information on their… (More)
This article gives ten guidelines for the construction of the one-from-five type problem-solving MCQs and provides some examples.
This is a review of the skills involved in processing medical information in order to solve medical problems. The review starts by describing recognized stages in problem solving then moves on to offer practical suggestions on how to obtain medical information, how to record it, and how to present it.