Journal: Medical Teacher Author: Andrew J. Batchelder, Charlene M. C. Rodrigues, Li-Ying Lin, Peter M. Hickey, Christopher Johnson, Joshua E. Elias Publication Date: Jul 2010 Volume Number: 32 Issue: 7 Page Numbers: 547-551
Description: Medical students represent an underutilised education resource. Peer teaching offers benefits to tutees, tutors and to medical schools. Teaching from peers improves students perception of the preparedness for examination.

SUBMITTED BY: Ronald Harden
Support links: The role of students as teachers: Four years’ experience of a large-scale, peer-led programme