Posted: May 14, 2012

Building Successful Active Learning Strategies for Medical Students that Integrate Basic and Clinical Science Principles: An Example Using Micronutrient Nutrition


In order to provide an integrated active learning environment, basic and clinical science educators have collaborated to create a team-centered learning session on micronutrient nutrition. This poster describes the principles utilized in the development of this session, as well as a description of the session format, content, and evaluation.

*Presented at 2012 SGEA Regional Conference


Curriculum, UME, Clinical, Clerkship, System Integration, Group on Educational Affairs (GEA), Nutrition, Team-based Learning, Faculty, Student, Basic Science, B12, Concept Map, Active Learning


Amy Medlock, PhD, Georgia Health Sciences University/University of Georgia Medical Partnership

Gerald E. Crites, MD, MEd, Medical College of Georgia at Georgia Regents University