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ICOTS8 (2010) Invited Paper Sedgwick MEDICAL STUDENTS AND STATISTICS CHALLENGES IN TEACHING, LEARNING AND ASSESSMENT
Proceedings of the Eighth International Conference on Teaching Statistics (ICOTS8
In C. Reading (Ed.), Data and context in statistics education: Towards an evidence-based society. Over the last fifteen years, graduate entry programmes for admission to undergraduate MBBS courses have become increasingly popular in the UK. At St. George's, University of London, students entering the graduate entry MB BS programme will have a first degree in any discipline whilst some have further degrees. Challenges typically arise when teaching and learning medical statistics. Students do notfatcat:we4553hquvanjc55k7lg4z74nu