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Advances in Health Sciences Education

December 2009 Volume 14, Number 5

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Number of articles: 2

  1. Information-Gathering Patterns Associated with Higher Rates of Diagnostic Error

    John E. Delzell, Heidi Chumley, Russell Webb, Swapan Chakrabarti & Anju Relan

    Diagnostic errors are an important source of medical errors. Problematic information-gathering is a common cause of diagnostic errors among physicians and medical students. The objectives of this... More

    pp. 697-711

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  2. Blended Learning Positively Affects Students' Satisfaction and the Role of the Tutor in the Problem-Based Learning Process: Results of a Mixed-Method Evaluation

    Vanessa Woltering, Andreas Herrler, Klaus Spitzer & Cord Spreckelsen

    Problem-based learning (PBL) is an established didactic approach in medical education worldwide. The impact of PBL depends on the tutors' quality and the students' motivation. To enhance students' ... More

    pp. 725-738

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