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Title: 医師の生涯学習スキル開発におけるPBLの役割
Other Titles: Problem-based Learning’s Role in the Development of Life-long Learning Skills in Medical Practitioners
Authors: O’Dowd, Gregory V. G.
Keywords: problem-based learning
life-long learning
medical education
Issue Date: 28-Mar-2014
Publisher: 浜松医科大学紀要(一般教育)第28号p.11-25
Abstract: This paper examines the role Problem-based Learning (PBL) can play in developing the necessary lifelong learning (LLL) skills that medical students need for their future careers as medical practitioners. Also, the types of LLL skills that need to be developed will be highlighted as well as the suitability of PBL for the task. Finally, some relevant data collected in an on-going action research study of PBL will be examined. This paper suggests medical students need to be made more aware of the necessity to engage in life-long learning skills development through PBL tutorials that lay the basis for their ongoing personal growth and development as medical professionals.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10271/2755
ISSN: 0914-0174
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