Ronald Fischbach

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UNLABELLED Although increasingly used as a modality in medical education, Problem-Based Learning (PBL) remains somewhat overlooked in the training of public health students (Pham & Blumberg, 2000). This project involved a pilot test of a web-based community simulation as a PBL platform in an undergraduate health behavior course. PURPOSE To develop and(More)
OBJECTIVES This study investigated the use of a Web-based community health simulation as a problem-based learning (PBL) experience for undergraduate students majoring in public health. The study sought to determine whether students who participated in the online simulation achieved differences in academic and attitudinal outcomes compared with students who(More)
a resident campus is no longer a reality. 3 Today's college students, more than ever before, are married, partially or fully employed, and financially responsible for funding their own education. Students are finding it increasingly necessary to work to pay higher tuition fees. 4 Completing a degree in four years is now rare, and if taxpayer backing for(More)
INTRODUCTION The study explores the anticipated willingness of teacher credential candidates at one California public university in the U.S. to perform cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) or foreign body airway obstruction (FBAO) skills in a school setting. Objectives included (1) identifying reasons that credential candidates would elect or decline to(More)
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