LESSONS LEARNT FROM HEALTH SCIENCE EDUCATION: PROBLEM BASED-LEARNING AUGMENTED WITH INTERPROFESSIONAL EDUCATION: GIVING BUSINESS STUDENTS A POWERFUL GLIMPSE INTO A REAL-WORLD WORK ENVIRONMENT

Cory Ross, Joshua Li, Hannah Ross

Abstract


21ST Century learners are forcing educators to think differently in their delivery of curriculum. The twinning of scenario case based problems with interprofessional education principles has been perfected in Health Sciences education and now is poised to move into Business education and other professional disciplines. By applying these two powerful educational practices we are helping students accelerate their confidence on their respective employment journeys.

Keywords


Problem Based Learning, Interprofessional education, Curriculum, Change Management

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