CBL: Teaching method at UK medical schools
Below is a listing of UK medical schools using 'Case-based learning' (CBL) teaching method.
Medical schools that use CBL have students work in groups on case studies or scenarios to devise solutions for problems under the guidance of an instructor.
As explained by the BMA overview of teaching methods at UK medical schools:
"Case based learning uses virtual 'trigger' cases to stimulate interest in a particular area of the curriculum. Working in small groups over a short period, a case is used to think about the knowledge and skills needed and why these might be useful. CBL is backed up and reinforced by a variety of interlinked learning opportunities including: seminars; life sciences resources; lectures; dissection; clinical skills practice; small group learning; individual study; patient-focused learning out in the community."
For more information about usage of this teaching method at each school, follow the link to view its full medical school profile and check its 'Teaching and Learning' section.
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