Problem Based Learning at the Nelson R Mandela School of Medicine

@inproceedings{Wyk2007ProblemBL,
  title={Problem Based Learning at the Nelson R Mandela School of Medicine},
  author={J van Wyk and Thandinkosi E. Madiba},
  year={2007}
}
A problem-based learning curriculum was phased in to replace our traditional lecture-based curriculum in 2001. True integration, both vertically and horizontally of the basic sciences and clinical disciplines, is reflected in each unit of learning in the first three years. The teaching programme is centrally coordinated and students work in small groups while guided by clinical and non-clinical facilitators. In the last two years, teaching and learning becomes more clinical as students rotate… CONTINUE READING

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