Problem-Based Learning Facilitators works with a group of ten to twelve M1 or M2 students to discuss a case and develop a Differential Diagnosis hypothesis. Information about each case is presented in stages, and the group works together to understand the basic science principles involved.
It is preferable that PBL Facilitators commit to an entire case, but the ESO also has an ongoing need for substitutes to fill in should a regular facilitator become ill or otherwise be unable to attend his or her session. If you are interested in participating as a PBL Facilitator, please contact Kathryn Dybdall at email@example.com or 559-8093.
PBL facilitation is recognized as teaching effort.