COMMENTARY: Drawing Conclusions from the Team-Learning Literature in Health-Sciences Education: A Commentary

@article{Michaelsen2005COMMENTARYDC,
  title={COMMENTARY: Drawing Conclusions from the Team-Learning Literature in Health-Sciences Education: A Commentary},
  author={L. Michaelsen and B. Richards},
  journal={Teaching and Learning in Medicine},
  year={2005},
  volume={17},
  pages={85 - 88}
}
We believe that team learning has much to offer teachers and learners across the continuum of education in health sciences institutions (i.e., allied health, nursing, graduate and medical school courses, and resident and continuing medical education conferences). We are not surprised that interest in the method, also known as team-based learning (TBL), particularly outside of the health sciences literature, continues to increase as evidence about its positive impact on learning accumulates in… Expand
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