Traditional: Teaching method at UK medical schools
Below is a listing of UK medical schools using a 'Traditional' teaching method.
Medical schools with 'Traditional' approach teach scientific theory first, during pre-clinical study years, and then move students later into clinical settings.
As explained by the BMA overview of teaching methods at UK medical schools:
"For the traditional courses, students begin their training with two years of 'pre-clinical' work, involving study of the basic medical sciences. This is followed by the 'clinical' course, of approximately three years, during which they work in hospital wards under the supervision of consultants. Throughout the final three years they also attend lectures on all aspects of medical practice. This is a subject based course of lectures, where, for example, you would undertake anatomy, physiology, biochemistry etc, all as completely separate courses."
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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