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Hi everyone. Basically I'm choosing university courses, and I'm going to be studying medicine, hopefully. Could someone please suggest a few universities that are not PBL-based, as the PBL style of learning doesn't really suit me. I much prefer the lecture-based courses. Thanks!
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I believe it's pretty much just Oxbridge left that do fully traditional.

Many medical schools take an integrated approach and some have a mostly PBL curriculum.
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I believe it's pretty much just Oxbridge left that do fully traditional.

Many medical schools take an integrated approach and some have a mostly PBL curriculum.
St Andrews are also traditional last I heard?


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Barts and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry - Integrated
Queens University Belfast Medical School - Traditional
Birmingham Medical School - Integrated
Bristol Medical School - Integrated
Brighton and Sussex Medical School - Integrated
Cambridge Medical School - Traditional
Cardiff Medical School - Integrated
Dundee Medical School - Integrated
Durham Medical School - Integrated
University of East Anglia Medical School - Integrated
Edinburgh Medical School - Integrated
Glasgow Medical School - PBL
Guy’s King’s and St Thomas’ (GKT) School of Medicine - Integrated
Hull York Medical School - Integrated/PBL
Imperial College School of Medicine - Integrated
Keele University Medical School - PBL
Leeds Medical School - Integrated
Leicester Medical School - Integrated
Liverpool Medical School - PBL
Manchester Medical School - PBL
Newcastle Medical School - Integrated
Nottingham and Derby Medical School - Integrated
Oxford Medical School - Traditional
Peninsula Medical School - PBL
Royal Free and University College Medical School - Integrated
Sheffield Medical School - Integrated
Southampton Medical School - Integrated
St George's Hospital Medical School - PBL

I found this here; http://the-student-doctor.blogspot.a...ntegrated.html
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Barts and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry - Integrated
Queens University Belfast Medical School - Traditional
Birmingham Medical School - Integrated
Bristol Medical School - Integrated
Brighton and Sussex Medical School - Integrated
Cambridge Medical School - Traditional
Cardiff Medical School - Integrated
Dundee Medical School - Integrated
Durham Medical School - Integrated
University of East Anglia Medical School - Integrated
Edinburgh Medical School - Integrated
Glasgow Medical School - PBL
Guy’s King’s and St Thomas’ (GKT) School of Medicine - Integrated
Hull York Medical School - Integrated/PBL
Imperial College School of Medicine - Integrated
Keele University Medical School - PBL
Leeds Medical School - Integrated
Leicester Medical School - Integrated
Liverpool Medical School - PBL
Manchester Medical School - PBL
Newcastle Medical School - Integrated
Nottingham and Derby Medical School - Integrated
Oxford Medical School - Traditional
Peninsula Medical School - PBL
Royal Free and University College Medical School - Integrated
Sheffield Medical School - Integrated
Southampton Medical School - Integrated
St George's Hospital Medical School - PBL

I found this here; http://the-student-doctor.blogspot.a...ntegrated.html
Thank you very much!
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St Andrews are also traditional last heard?


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Yup, lectures, tutorials and some interactive stuff (clinical skills, case study tutorials etc - might be considered a bit PBL, but only 1 hour a week)
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St. Andrews are integrated

The School of Medicine at St Andrews offers an integrated curriculum within a strong clinical context.
https://www.st-andrews.ac.uk/media/s...s/medicine.pdf
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St. Andrews are integrated

The School of Medicine at St Andrews offers an integrated curriculum within a strong clinical context.
https://www.st-andrews.ac.uk/media/s...s/medicine.pdf
Kind of, in that we have the occasional case-based tutorial/seminar/lecture.
But I think what they're talking about here is pre-clinical/clinical integration as we start clinical skills, simulated and volunteer patients and clinical placements (once a fortnight) during the first 3 years.
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Smart move on Queen's part to stay traditional.
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Sheffield is integrated, but the majority of your teaching time is given over to lectures. If I remember rightly, in pre-clinical we had something like one hour of small group tutorials every two weeks, with the rest being lectures and practical (anatomy) sessions.
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