Use to problem-based learning increase case reports the pass rate
Wan-Na Sun, MSN, department of nursing, National Cheng Kung University Hospital, Taiwan
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This is the first study in our unit to report the teaching method in ladder system, when the four participates reported a pass rate of 75%, they satisfaction was 100% after the course. This study result can help other unit understand through the PBL will improve the pass rate
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