Problem based learning in undergraduate education:  a new era of curriculum design

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Abstract

Neurological rehabilitation and care of the neurological patient is changing. The 21st century physiotherapy graduate requires skills in problem-solving to optimise patient care whilst working in evolving models of practice (CSP 2011). Adopting a problem-solving approach is especially needed in the management of neurological patients who are becoming more complex in their presentation (CSP 2011, NGCS 2018). Research emphasizes the need for students to adopt a questioning and critical stance (Sackett et al, 2000) whilst using real life case scenarios have been shown to help students develop key critical thinking skills. This work focuses on the development of a problem-based learning approach to physiotherapy undergraduate education, specifically neurological rehabilitation and the development of an online multimedia-based assessment
Original languageEnglish
Pages1
Number of pages1
Publication statusPublished - 5 Nov 2020
Event
Chartered Society of Physiotherapy Conference
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Duration: 13 Nov 202014 Nov 2020
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Conference

Conference
Chartered Society of Physiotherapy Conference
Period13/11/2014/11/20
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