Author ORCID Identifier
Cas-Based Learning, Medical Education, Patient Care, Patient Outcomes, COMLEX, USMLE
Medical Humanities | Medicine and Health Sciences
Patient outcomes continue to suffer despite exponential advances in access to medical knowledge. This requires an evaluation of the pedagogy of our medical education delivery. Case-based learning has long been shown to be an effective teaching method to improve student knowledge, student and faculty engagement, and improve patient outcomes. In order to improve patient outcomes specifically in accurate and timely diagnosis, we need to strongly consider converting our existing curricular models entirely to a case-based format.
The Future of Medicine is Behind Us: The Case for a 1912 Case-Based Curricula.
Marshall J Med.