volume 24, issue 1, P117-123 2014
DOI: 10.1007/s40670-014-0015-4
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Abstract: The teaching laboratory has long been a component of medical microbiology courses. Limited data suggest that many medical schools have eliminated their teaching laboratory for diagnostic microbiology despite support for active learning over didactic lectures and a concern that undergraduate medical student's education in the area of laboratory medicine is inadequate. A survey study of North American medical schools was conducted to determine if there is a trend towards decreasing or eliminating this teaching …

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