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Problem based learning and medical malpractice: does how you've been trained make a difference?

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Title: Problem based learning and medical malpractice: does how you've been trained make a difference?
Authors: Behling, David
Low, Kristen
Severino, Richard
Boldt, David W
Hardman, John M.
Issue Date: Apr 2003
Abstract: Testing the hypothesis that physicians trained in problem based learning formats versus traditional lecture based formats develop equally strong physician-patient relationships, the rates of malpractice filings against graduates trained in each format at the John A. Burns' School of Medicine were compared. With the graduation of 10 more PBL classes, statistically significant differences between the two groups could be obtained.
URI/DOI: http://hdl.handle.net/10524/53637
ISSN: 0017-8594
Appears in Collections:Hawaii Medical Journal Articles For 2003



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