In the spirit of broadening our questions and perspectives in this discussion (thanks for an excellent question yesterday Jordan!), I'm curious about what has been done thus far in terms of applying the flipped classroom model beyond undergraduate medical education. After all, medicine is a profession that requires continuous, life-long self-directed learning--both on the job and in more formal settings.
Has the flipped classroom model been used elsewhere in the continuum of medical education--such as for resident-level teaching and training, or for continuing medical education for practicing physicians? What are some of the unique barriers and opportunities here?
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