Arabic Arabic English English French French German German

Effect of hybrid teaching incorporating problem-based learning on student performance in pathophysiology

Journal of International Medical Research, Volume 48, Issue 8, August 2020.
ObjectiveTo compare the effectiveness of traditional and hybrid teaching strategies in pathophysiology and to conduct a survey of students’ opinions about the hybrid teaching strategy.MethodsA hybrid pathophysiology course was developed by combining traditional lectures, case- or problem-based learning, group discussion and several quizzes. A total of 167 students were assigned to the hybrid teaching group and 118 students assigned to the traditional lecture group.ResultsCompared with students who received traditional lectures, no students in the hybrid teaching class failed the final examination. The percentage of students with high scores was significantly higher in the hybrid teaching class. In addition, 73.7% of students in the hybrid teaching class expressed substantial interest in pathophysiology during the course, and 83% of these students felt they had received essential training and acquired the ability to solve clinical case problems.ConclusionThe hybrid teaching strategy is an advanced approach that encourages students to actively learn teaching materials and solve practical clinical problems, and that promotes student interest in pathophysiology. Read More

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Previous Post

Clinical effect of Changweishu on gastrointestinal dysfunction in patients with sepsis

Next Post

Moderna’s COVID-19 vaccine shows promise in older adults

Related Posts