Wiley Faculty Network
13 months ago
Case study analysis is an important tool for helping students develop the skills needed to apply the basic content they learn in their microbiology course; however, it can be difficult to find case studies that fit well in a particular classroom. How do we resolve this issue? Customization! Case studies can be customized to meet the specific needs of a course, including content and learning objectives. Additionally, well-designed cases can help students apply course content and develop important professional skills such as patience, empathy, and an understanding of trans-cultural health care issues. In this Archived Guest Lecture, Rod Anderson provides you with classroom-tested guidelines for case study development and resources for generating scenarios based on actual infectious disease cases.