Community-Based Education in Nigerian Medical Schools: Students' Perspectives

International Journal

Volume 21, Issue 2 Sep 12, 2008

“Community-based education (CBE) was developed thirty years ago in response to the maldistribution of physicians and subsequent inequity of health care services across geographical areas in developed and developing countries. Several medical schools in Nigeria report adopting CBE. This study seeks to identify and describe the CBE programs in accredited Nigerian medical schools and to report students’ assessments of the knowledge and skills gained during their community-based educational experien

Author
CA Onoka
DE Heestand Skinner
EN Ofoebgu

Region
West Africa

Country
Nigeria

Topic
Innovation
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