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RMJ. 2014; 39(1): 85-91

Studentsí & Facilitatorsí perspective regarding introduction of Active Learning Strategies (ALSs) to enhance learning process of first year medical students: A Quantitative & Qualitative Survey

Tatheer Zahra, Sumreena Mansoor, Abida Shaheen, Tara Jaffery.

This article covers Studentsí & Facilitatorsí Perspective regarding Introduction of Active Learning Strategies (ALSs). Wheather ALSs enhance Learning Process of Medical Students or not? It include a survey of facilitators & first year medical students. Survey included both Quantitative & Qualitative Parameters.

Key words: Active Learning Strategies, Facilitators, Medical Students, Role Play, Presentations

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