What is Problem-Based Learning and Why is it Better?
For a course to be maximally retained, the delivery style is crucial.
AltusLearn realizes this and works with course producers to design programs that are engaging, informative and accredited. The core of this design is Problem-Based Learning (PBL)
Studies have shown that didactic lectures, which are the most common type of continuing medical education, do not have an impact on health care providers’ professional practices and do not change their behavior or patient outcomes.
Problem-based learning (PBL) is an interactive, case-based educational forum that is well suited for continuing medical education (CME) and healthcare companies’ promotional programs.
Studies have shown that interactive programs (PBL) change physician behavior and produce measurable positive changes in professional practices leading to improved patient outcomes.