Medical students-as-teachers: a systematic review of peer-assisted teaching during medical school

@inproceedings{Yu2011MedicalSA,
  title={Medical students-as-teachers: a systematic review of peer-assisted teaching during medical school},
  author={Tzu-Chieh Wendy Yu and Nichola C. Wilson and Primal P. Singh and Daniel P. Lemanu and Susan J Hawken and Andrew G Hill},
  booktitle={Advances in medical education and practice},
  year={2011}
}
INTRODUCTION International interest in peer-teaching and peer-assisted learning (PAL) during undergraduate medical programs has grown in recent years, reflected both in literature and in practice. There, remains however, a distinct lack of objective clarity and consensus on the true effectiveness of peer-teaching and its short- and long-term impacts on learning outcomes and clinical practice. OBJECTIVE To summarize and critically appraise evidence presented on peer-teaching effectiveness and… CONTINUE READING
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