Problem-based learning in osteopathic education.
International Journal of Osteopathic Medicine.
Problem-based learning is commonly used in medical schools across the globe. PBL is defined as a problem or case study presented to a small group of students. The problem is usually a description of a phenomena or situation that a professional practitioner might encounter. Through PBL, students learn how to learn as well as building many other skills such as team working, doing research and to communicate their ideas. (This is an abstract. To view full article, you will need to log in.)