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The PBL process is an ordered, systematic instructional approach that models the process by which clinicians systematically approach real-life problems.
It provides a stimulus for self-directed learning following defined steps and it challenges students to work cooperatively.
It prepares students to think critically and analytically, and to find appropriate learning resources.
Brody School of Medicine. (January-February 2013). Problem based learning facilitator handbook. Unpublished handbook.
Alternative and Complementary Medicine - Where to find information on herbal supplements, accupuncture, etc.
Recommended Databases--Databases, tools, diagnostic tests, drug information
Goverment and Grey Literature Sources - CDC, USPSTF, etc.
Evidence Based Practice - What it is and how to find it.
Finding Articles - How to locate full text once you have the citation.
Finding Books - Searching for books, both print and electronic.
Finding Images & Videos - Where to start.
Keeping up with PBL - What are some of the key resources? What's new in the Medical literature?
Searching Tips - Tips for searching databases, forming a search question, and more...