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|Title:||Case studies in outcome-based education||Authors:||Davis, M.H.
|Issue Date:||Sep-2007||Citation:||Davis, M.H., Amin, Z., Grande, J.P., O'Neill, A.E., Pawlina, W., Viggiano, T.R., Zuberi, R. (2007-09). Case studies in outcome-based education. Medical Teacher 29 (7) : 717-722. ScholarBank@NUS Repository. https://doi.org/10.1080/01421590701691429||Abstract:||Outcome-based education is one of the most significant global developments in medical education in recent years. This paper presents four case studies of outcome-based education from medical schools in different parts of the world; Scotland; USA; Pakistan; and Singapore. The outcome-based curricula have either been in place for some time, are evolving or are at the planning proposal stage. The outcomes, change process and implementation of the outcome-based approach are described. Variation in the extent to which each medical school has implemented outcome-based education is discussed and key points for successful implementation are highlighted. This paper is based on the pre-conference symposium "outcome-based curricula: global perspectives" presented by the authors at the 4th Asia Pacific Medical Education Conference (APMEC) in Singapore, 8-11 February, 2007.||Source Title:||Medical Teacher||URI:||http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/129830||ISSN:||0142159X||DOI:||10.1080/01421590701691429|
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