An interdisciplinary approach to case-based teaching: does it create patient-centered and culturally sensitive providers?

@article{Richards2006AnIA,
  title={An interdisciplinary approach to case-based teaching: does it create patient-centered and culturally sensitive providers?},
  author={Philip Richards and Marita R Inglehart},
  journal={Journal of dental education},
  year={2006},
  volume={70 3},
  pages={
          284-91
        }
}
This investigation explored whether teaching a case-based seminar influenced dental students' perceptions of the importance of various factors for diagnosis and treatment planning. In addition, the effects of an interdisciplinary approach to case-based teaching were analyzed. During the winter semesters 2004 and 2005, 204 second-year dental students participated in a case-based comprehensive care seminar. The students were randomly assigned either to a section with a behavioral science… 

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