Integrated: Teaching method at UK medical schools
Below is a listing of UK medical schools using an 'Integrated' teaching method.
Medical schools with an Integrated approach to learning regularly teach scientific knowledge alongside clinical training, often with clinical teaching and patient contact from the first year of the programme.
As explained by the BMA overview of teaching methods at UK medical schools:
"Integrated courses, which the majority of medical schools have now implemented, integrate what was previously learnt at the pre-clinical and clinical stages, to provide a seamless course. Teaching methods can include problem-based learning (PBL) and practical clinical skills. Integrated courses are the GMC's recommended approach to medicine; instead of teaching anatomy and physiology etc. as separate courses, the idea is to join them into systems (also known as the systems based approach) where you will take a bodily system, such as the circulatory system and consider the anatomy, physiology, biochemistry, pharmacology, pathology of it all at once."
For more details about usage of this teaching approach at each school, follow the link to view its full medical school profile and check its 'Teaching and Learning' section.
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