|Title:||Innovative schools for health personnel : report on ten schools belonging to the Network of Community-Oriented Educational Institutions for Health Sciences / R. Richards & R. Fülöp in collaboration with J. Bannerman ... [et al.]|
Network of Community-Oriented Educational Institutions for Health Sciences
|Publisher:||Geneva : World Health Organization|
|Abstract:||Reports the findings and observations of a study focused on ten medical schools that have undertaken community-oriented and problem-based education. The study, which included schools located in Australia, Cameroon, Canada, Israel, Mexico, Nepal, the Netherlands, the Philippines, and the United States of America, was designed to uncover differences in the ways these schools have evolved while also establishing standards for measuring and comparing the extent of their success in meeting stated objectives. Apart from recording the results of a major cross-institutional review of educational changes, the book also succeeds in identifying a number of fundamental questions, component methods for achieving objectives, and potential areas of impact where the success of these methods can be effectively measured|
Comprehensive Health Care
|metadata.dc.subject.other:||Organization of Health Care and Social Development|
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