Description - The Problem-Based Learning Workbook by Tim French
KEY CLINICAL SCENARIOS SERIES Now a key component of undergraduate medical study Problem Based Learning (PBL) is an exercise in the process of exploring medical problems and becoming efficient at finding solutions. This can be thought of as learning how to learn about medicine. The Problem-Based Learning Workbook: Medicine and Surgery is completely up-to-date. Written by consultants registrars house officers and medical students it uses symptom-based scenarios to comprehensively explore a range of issues with which students need to be familiar with to evolve into competent medical practitioners. It expands the scope of traditional short answer question books making them relevant to contemporary PBL courses. The scenarios encourage students to identify key features in the history examination investigation and management of common medical problems. They ensure the importance of multidisciplinary management community and social care the psychological aspects of disease and ethical issues surrounding patient care are well understood.
To aid comprehension teaching notes and answers cross references further information and web resources are included for each problem - ideal for giving insight into future professional life. 'An excellent resource. This is a refreshing multi-faceted book that gets students thinking about issues that will remain important throughout their careers. It has received an overwhelmingly positive response from my students.' Professor David Brigden. Professor of Health Science Education University of Chester and PBL Tutor University of Liverpool
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(229mm x 305mm x mm)
Radcliffe Publishing Ltd
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd
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Author Biography - Tim French
Respectively House Officer, Countess of Chester Hospital; Professor of Clinical Science, Chester University and Clinical Sub-Dean, Liverpool Medical School