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Comparing Problem Based Learning Curriculum and the Traditional Curriculum based on outcome
 Kabir SA,1 Kabir SI,2 Mohammad S,3 Kallachil T,1 Dissanayake T4

PG Resident1-4

 1Department of Surgery, Victoria Infirmary Hospital, Glasgow G42 9TY, UK2Department of Surgery, Wycombe General Hospital, High Wycombe HP11 2TT, UK3Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, County Hospital, Stafford ST16 3SA, UK4University of Nottingham, Nottinghamshire NG7 2RD, UK
It has been argued and shown by various outcome studies that traditional knowledge based assessments of curriculum outcomes have minimal or no difference in learners graduating from either PBLC or the traditional curriculums.A literature search on problem based learning has shown several comparison studies between graduates from the PBLC with those from the traditional method of teaching, these include: the academic process; program evaluation; academic achievement; graduates’ performance, specialty choices and practice characteristics; and faculty members’ satisfaction.This review article will compare PBLC graduates with the traditional or conventional style of learning, and based on the above; conclude weather PBLC needs to be implemented in medical schools?
Medical education, Outcome based medical curriculum, Problem based learning, Traditional curriculum

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