Teaching methods used in primary care
AbstractDifferent teaching methods are used for different levels oflearning. Some methods involve the learner taking a moreactive role in patient management that would be moreapplicable for postgraduate teaching while others pertain to amore passive involvement that would be employed inundergraduate teaching. No method is exclusively linked toany particular level and a particular teaching method is selectedaccording to the learners’ needs and educational objectives.
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