The development of a problem-based curriculum in midwifery

Authors: Thomas, B.G., Quant, V.M. and Cooke, P.

Journal: Midwifery

Volume: 14

Issue: 4

Pages: 261-265

ISSN: 0266-6138

DOI: 10.1016/S0266-6138(98)90099-7

Abstract:

Making use of best available evidence has clearly become an important part of midwifery practice. As educational programmes are preparing the practitioners of the future, it is believed that midwifery education should also be informed by evidence. At Thames Valley University, a BSc Midwifery curriculum, using the principles of problem-based learning, has been implemented following a review of both appropriate research and evaluation. This article explains the process undertaken in preparation for the course as well as the proposed means of ongoing evaluation.

Source: Scopus

The development of a problem-based curriculum in midwifery.

Authors: Thomas, B.G., Quant, V.M. and Cooke, P.

Journal: Midwifery

Volume: 14

Issue: 4

Pages: 261-265

ISSN: 0266-6138

DOI: 10.1016/s0266-6138(98)90099-7

Abstract:

Making use of best available evidence has clearly become an important part of midwifery practice. As educational programmes are preparing the practitioners of the future, it is believed that midwifery education should also be informed by evidence. At Thames Valley University, a BSc Midwifery curriculum, using the principles of problem-based learning, has been implemented following a review of both appropriate research and evaluation. This article explains the process undertaken in preparation for the course as well as the proposed means of ongoing evaluation.

Source: PubMed

The development of a problem-based curriculum in midwifery

Authors: Thomas, B.G.

Journal: Midwifery

Volume: 14

Pages: 261-265

ISSN: 0266-6138

Abstract:

Making use of best available evidence has clearly become an important part of midwifery practice. As educational programmes are preparing the practitioners of the future, it is believed that midwifery education should also be informed by evidence. At Thames Valley University, a BSc Midwifery curriculum, using the principles of problem- based learning, has been implemented following a review of both appropriate research and evaluation. This article explains the process undertaken in preparation for the course as well as the proposed means of ongoing evaluation.

Source: Manual

Preferred by: Gail Thomas

The development of a problem-based curriculum in midwifery.

Authors: Thomas, B.G., Quant, V.M. and Cooke, P.

Journal: Midwifery

Volume: 14

Issue: 4

Pages: 261-265

eISSN: 1532-3099

ISSN: 0266-6138

DOI: 10.1016/s0266-6138(98)90099-7

Abstract:

Making use of best available evidence has clearly become an important part of midwifery practice. As educational programmes are preparing the practitioners of the future, it is believed that midwifery education should also be informed by evidence. At Thames Valley University, a BSc Midwifery curriculum, using the principles of problem-based learning, has been implemented following a review of both appropriate research and evaluation. This article explains the process undertaken in preparation for the course as well as the proposed means of ongoing evaluation.

Source: Europe PubMed Central

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