Multi-resource peer assisted learning in postgraduate setting: a pilot study
Ali, A.; Evans, P.;
Publisher: College of Physicians and Surgeons Pakistan
OBJECTIVE: To evaluate the satisfaction of participants and the effectiveness of an enhanced and relatively formal type of peer assisted learning (PAL) in postgraduate (PG) setting.\ud \ud STUDY DESIGN: An observational study.\ud \ud PLACE AND DURATION OF STUDY: Layton ... View more
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