Students' views of reflective learning techniques: an efficacy study at a UK medical school.

@article{Grant2006StudentsVO,
  title={Students' views of reflective learning techniques: an efficacy study at a UK medical school.},
  author={Joshua A. Grant and Paul Kinnersley and Elizabeth Penelope Metcalf and Roisin Pill and Helen Louise Ann Houston},
  journal={Medical education},
  year={2006},
  volume={40 4},
  pages={
          379-88
        }
}
OBJECTIVE To describe the effects of a voluntary intervention using reflective learning techniques on students' learning. DESIGN An interventional study with reflective learning techniques offered to medical students. SETTING Year 3 of undergraduate medicine at Cardiff University where the curriculum is integrated with early clinical contact. PARTICIPANTS All 232 Year 3 students were invited to participate. A total of 65 attended an introductory lecture. After the lecture 35 students… CONTINUE READING
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