Problem Based Learning Questions
Wellbeing – Life in Year 11
Problem based learning (PBL) is a popular method of learning, currently used by most health professional courses in the UK.
The aim of PBL is for you to read through a complex and broad series of information, to identify areas of interest and areas you would like to explore further, in order to further your knowledge of specific topics, through self-directed learning.
What advice would you give to others in Year 11 and people in Year 10?
My biggest piece of advice is to not work too long and to take regular breaks. Obviously schoolwork is a priority but it is also important to know when you need to step back from studying and go and relax! Also make sure you don’t stress too much and work too late into the night as this can have a potentially negative impact on your grades.
The ability to effectively complete research is a extremely useful skill when applying yourself to a future career in medicine, dentistry or veterinary medicine. At university, you will be expected to complete a lot of self driven learning where you need to demonstrate extensive research and learn aspects of your
Problem Based Learning Problem based learning (PBL) is a popular method of learning, currently used by most health professional courses in the UK. The aim of PBL is for you to read through a complex and broad series of information, to identify areas of interest and areas you would like
What is a work-life balance? Image reference: https://dadbloguk.com/dads-work-life-balance/ Firstly, I want to challenge the notion that it is a ‘balance’, and propose that a better term may be ‘work/life/family/friends/health fit’. Can you ever truly balance something that is inherently fluid and constantly changing? Will ‘work’ and ‘life’ ever truly be equally
Hi I’m Anusha and I’m Matthew and we are your wellbeing officers on the VMS Student Committee. Approximately every fortnight we will be posting blogs up about different topics related to mental health and wellbeing as well as discussing some in the weekly Virtual Medical Society meetings. We know that applying to medical school/dental