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Lived Experiences in ‘Active’ Small Group Learning

Lived Experiences in ‘Active’ Small Group Learning
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Author(s): P. Ravi Shankar (KIST Medical College, Nepal)
Copyright: 2012
Volume: 2
Issue: 1
Pages: 4
Source title: International Journal of User-Driven Healthcare (IJUDH)
DOI: 10.4018/ijudh.2012010102


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Active learning is becoming increasingly important in medical schools. In this article, the author describes his experiences with active learning in two medical schools in Nepal. The author employed active learning during pharmacology ‘practical’ sessions and medical humanities modules, as well as during correlation seminars. The author has also used the technique during workshops. Faculties are trained in small group facilitation skills during faculty training workshops.

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