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  • The Australian journal of physiotherapy
  • 1974
I want to share with you briefly some of the problems I met during the 10 years I worked as a physiotherapist in the Christian Medical College Hospital, Ludhiana in north India. There I saw patients suffering from diseases that up till then I had only read about in textbooks.
Problem-based learning (PBL) is well established in health education. It is regarded as a constructionist approach to education that emphasizes students' active engagement with the learning process, self-direction, and learning in a meaningful context. This article details the experiences of nurse lecturers in one university in the Republic of Ireland(More)
Health care workers, nurses, and nursing students face a high risk of workplace aggression and violence. Potential adverse consequences oblige health care providers and educators to protect the safety of everyone in the health care setting. It is broadly agreed that health care personnel should receive education and training in the management of(More)
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