PharmD Students' Perceptions on Structured Peer Assessment Process within Problem Based Learning Sessions

Fathi, Hind ; Bukhatwa, Salma A. ; Ambarek, Mohamed S. ; Elfakhri, Mustafa M. ; Al-Tawaty, Adel I. ; Senini, Ruwida M. ; Kashbour, Aisha A. ; Bograin, Amna R. ; Saleh, Maryam ; Elnoor, Smah E. ; Buzariba, Elzahra S. ; Hussin, Hanin F. ; Elmahdi, Iman M. ; Sharkasi, Adel M. (2020-01-19)

Medical education needs to prepare students with peer assessment skills.1 Peer assessment refers to the many ways in which students can share their creative work with peers for constructive feedback, and then use this feedback to revise and improve their work.2 Peer assessment process is an integral part of all Problem-Based Learning (PBL) and Team-Based Learning sessions attended by PharmD students at the Libyan International Medical University (LIMU). The aim of this study was to evaluate LIMU PharmD students’ perceptions towards peer assessment process within PBL sessions..


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