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Hello. I am new to this board. I am a physician who has recently started teaching physiology at a PA program. The program uses team based learning and flipped classroom techniques exclusively so good cases are essential.
Thanks in advance for any suggestion.
This thread was posted on December 9, 2016 at 12:57 PM ET by Bruce Berlanstein.
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Hi Bruce, some resources I've used:
Case files: Physiology (Lange)
BRS Cases & problems (Costanzo)
Problem-based physiology (Carroll)
Underground Clinical Vignettes: Pathophysiology I, II, III
You may find some cases in general physiology texts have clinical cases.
Hope that helps some.
I've found some great case studies through the Buffalo case studies website. I usually modify them a little for specific things I lecture on, but they are a great resource. You can also search for a specific topic through the LifeSciTRC site, and sometimes the links take you to Buffalo case studies. You do have to pay a small fee for the answer keys, but it is well worth it! Hope this helps!
This response might be so late to your inquiry. I just recently joined LifeSci. I use Case Files in Physiology McGraw Hill. I tweak the case according to the needs of the lecture.
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