[Applying a teaching programme in community-based medical education]
AbstractA community-based medical education programme at Damascus University was applied in a local setting from 2 to 12 July 2004 to assess the advantages and disadvantages. Three families and 10 medical students participated. The programme included teaching objectives, health education and approaches to application and evaluation. The design of the programme was appropriate for the community setting, but it needed a longer period to run and for contact between the students and the community. The students agreed with the structure of the programme and the role of the tutor and community, but were concerned about difficulties in implementation. Community members were enthusiastic about the programme
Al Faisal, W. (2006). [Applying a teaching programme in community-based medical education]. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/117099
EMHJ - Eastern Mediterranean Health Journal, 12 (3-4), 398-404, 2006
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