Case Based Learning Teaching Methodology in Undergraduate Health Sciences

@inproceedings{Brown2012CaseBL,
  title={Case Based Learning Teaching Methodology in Undergraduate Health Sciences},
  author={Kaitlyn M. Brown and Mary Commandant and Adi Kartolo and Casey Rowed and Agatha Stanek and Heebah Sultan and Kabir Toor and Victoria Wininger},
  year={2012}
}
Case-based learning (CBL) is an interactive teaching approach involving small-group discussion to determine a range of solutions for a presented patient case. In light of the success that the approach has achieved in numerous professional and undergraduate programs, a pilot project was introduced in 2009 by senior health sciences students, who acted as CBL facilitators, at the University of Ottawa for undergraduate courses in the Interdisciplinary School of Health Sciences (ISHS). In… CONTINUE READING

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