August 2001, Volume 51, Issue 8


Problem Based Learning

N. A. Jaffarey

Problem-Based Learning -better known by its abbreviated form of PBL- has a group of strong supporters and a strong group of doubters, with a large number of us caught in between.
In its present form PBL was first put together by Barrows in 1960’s. In the PBL process s

Problem Based Learning

J. Talati

Khan’s paper1 in this issue provokes us to think of some of the issues and challenges that confront US today, in medical education in Pakistan.
Khan1 describes the experience of implementing a “Problem-based learning



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