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|Title:||The patient's voice in a problem-based learning case|
|Citation:||Australasian Psychiatry, 2004; 12(1):31-35|
|Publisher:||Informa Healthcare-Taylor & Francis|
|Anna Chur-Hansen and Les Koopowitz|
|Abstract:||Objective: Problem-based learning (PBL) relies upon trigger material, often a paper case, to stimulate self-directed enquiry and group discussion. We describe the process of writing a PBL case based upon a patient's narrative account of her experiences of psychiatric illness, and the possible benefits of that collaboration for the patient, as well as for student learning. Conclusion: Real patients are under-utilized in teaching, as are their narratives, and both are believed to be resources worthy of further attention.|
|Keywords:||Problem-based learning; Psychiatry; Medical education|
|Description:||The definitive version is available at www.blackwell-synergy.com|
|Appears in Collections:||Psychiatry publications|
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