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Does Peer Assisted Learning promote transitions amongst medical students?

13th Enhancement Themes Conference Lightning Talk
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Background and Methods: Peer-assisted learning involves senior students (tutors) assisting junior students (tutees) in a supportive engaging environment. Having introduced a Peer Assisted Learning Scheme (PALS) intracurricularly in Practical Anatomy (MBChB) classes at the University of Aberdeen since 2013, we evaluated the role of PALS in promoting transition and development of adult learning principles amongst tutees (Year 1 MBChB students); through use of a paper-based 5-point Likert Scale questionnaire.
Authors: 
Asha Venkatesh, Anna Rose and Lucy A Singh, University of Aberdeen
Publication Date: June 2016

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