Qualitative Research in PBL in Health Sciences Education : A Review

@inproceedings{Jin2016QualitativeRI,
  title={Qualitative Research in PBL in Health Sciences Education : A Review},
  author={Jun Jin and Susan Bridges},
  year={2016}
}
INTRODUCTION Problem-based learning (PBL) has had a profound impact on education worldwide. While the implementation of PBL has gradually extended from clinical to nonclinical disciplines (Lu, Bridges, & Hmelo-Silver, 2014), the majority of research studies in PBL have been conducted in health sciences educational contexts such as medicine (Schmidt, Ver-meulen, & van der Molen, 2006) and dentistry (Winning & Townsend, 2007). This body of research has mainly emphasized quantitative… CONTINUE READING

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