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Learning through teaching: a peer teaching innovation in midwifery education

Susie Moore, Sophie Cunningham

The Practising Midwife: Advancing Practice Education

Swansea University Authors: Susie Moore, Sophie Cunningham

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Peer led teaching (PLT) is a method whereby one group ofstudents is involved in the teaching of another (McKenna andFrench 2011). Whilst almost all universities worldwide offersome form of peer support for learning, the lack of availableliterature suggests that peer teaching is not well integratedin...

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Published in: The Practising Midwife: Advancing Practice Education
Published: 2017
Online Access: https://www.all4maternity.com/learning-through-teaching-a-peer-teaching-innovation-in-midwifery-education/
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description Peer led teaching (PLT) is a method whereby one group ofstudents is involved in the teaching of another (McKenna andFrench 2011). Whilst almost all universities worldwide offersome form of peer support for learning, the lack of availableliterature suggests that peer teaching is not well integratedinto pre-registration midwifery education. This articleexplores the experiences of both second- and third-yearstudent midwives involved in a peer teaching initiative aspart of preparation for an objective structured clinicalexamination (OSCE) assessment. Third year students acted aspeer teachers for small groups of second year studentslearning new practical skills related to the management ofmaternity emergencies. The findings of this evaluationsuggest significant benefits of PLT for both groups ofstudents.
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