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Learning experiences—what works for postgraduates
Received19 October 2001
revised22 October 2001
accepted03 December 2001
27 December 2017 (online)
Supervision and postgraduate education for health professionals studying homeopathy was investigated using feedback and comparative questioning of participants who have taken part in group supervision. Objectives set by supervisors, influenced by previous feedback, are scored and ranked.
The key areas of postgraduate learning of homeopathy and how well the supervision model met these are analysed and discussed. Learning experiences are ranked in order of preference. Aspects of case presentation are compared for interest and relevance.
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- 2 Hawkins, P, Shohet, R, Open University Press, 2000.