Patient Involvement in Medical Education

  title={Patient Involvement in Medical Education},
  author={Neel Sharma},
  journal={Journal of Patient Experience},
  pages={152 - 152}
  • N. Sharma
  • Published 1 September 2017
  • Education
  • Journal of Patient Experience
Medical education has witnessed the adoption of several teaching strategies over the years. There has been a shift from didactic teaching to more active methods. Currently, the flipped classroom is being implemented as a technology-enhanced teaching intervention. Here, learners are gifted with preparatory material prior to a class session through video or audio form, with class time spent problem-solving, allowing for peer-to-peer/instructor interaction and real-time feedback (1). Studies… 
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