Peer assisted learning to enhance confidence in clinical skills for Sport Rehabilitation students

by anon
Tuesday 01st December 2009 - Article 0

Context: Peer assisted learning (PAL) has been shown to be effective when teaching specific skills during medical education. However, to date there is no evidence available to show that PAL in the form of student led clinical skills practice sessions can improve confidence in a range of previously learned clinical skills. 

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