Peer-assisted learning: filling the gaps in basic science education for preclinical medical students.

@article{Sammaraiee2016PeerassistedLF,
  title={Peer-assisted learning: filling the gaps in basic science education for preclinical medical students.},
  author={Yezen Sammaraiee and Ravi D Mistry and Julian Lim and Liora Wittner and Shantal Deepak and Gareth Zigui Lim},
  journal={Advances in physiology education},
  year={2016},
  volume={40 3},
  pages={297-303}
}
In contrast to peer-assisted learning (PAL) in clinical training, there is scant literature on the efficacy of PAL during basic medical sciences teaching for preclinical students. A group of senior medical students aimed to design and deliver clinically oriented small-group tutorials after every module in the preclinical curriculum at a United Kingdom medical school. Twenty tutorials were delivered by senior students throughout the year to first- and second-year students. A baseline… CONTINUE READING
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