Portfolios as a learning tool in obstetrics and gynaecology undergraduate training.

@article{Lonka2001PortfoliosAA,
  title={Portfolios as a learning tool in obstetrics and gynaecology undergraduate training.},
  author={Kirsti Lonka and V Slotte and Mervi Halttunen and Tiina Kurki and Aila Tiitinen and L Vaara and Jorma Paavonen},
  journal={Medical education},
  year={2001},
  volume={35 12},
  pages={1125-30}
}
CONTEXT We developed a structured portfolio for medical students to use during their obstetrics and gynaecology undergraduate training. The main objective was to support the learning process of the students. We also wanted feedback information to enhance teaching. METHODS The study population consisted of 91 medical students who completed the portfolio during their training course. The portfolio consisted of a 28-page A5-size booklet. The students entered all the clinical procedures they had… CONTINUE READING

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