Students' views on the impact of peer physical examination and palpation as a pedagogic tool for teaching and learning living human anatomy.

@article{Chinnah2011StudentsVO,
  title={Students' views on the impact of peer physical examination and palpation as a pedagogic tool for teaching and learning living human anatomy.},
  author={Tudor I Chinnah and Sam Regan de Bere and Tracey Collett},
  journal={Medical teacher},
  year={2011},
  volume={33 1},
  pages={e27-36}
}
BACKGROUND Modern medical education teaching and learning approaches now lay emphasis on students acquiring knowledge, skills and attitudes relevant to medical practice. AIMS To explore students' perceived impacts of using hands-on approaches involving peer/life model physical examination and palpation in teaching and learning living human anatomy on their practice of physical examination of real patients. METHODS This study used exploratory focus groups and a questionnaire survey of years… CONTINUE READING