A systematic process for content review in a problem-based learning curriculum
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The integrative nature of a problem-based curriculum provides unique challenges to the task of maintaining a current curriculum. This paper describes a systematic process for content review in a problem-based curriculum, which utilizes consultation among students, faculty and the clinical community, use of external reviewers and a faculty consensus process. Advantages of the process include increased communication and cooperation among faculty and development of a curriculum that balances the need for preparing students for new evidence-based practice with preparing them for clinical reality.
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