Peer-assisted teaching and learning continues to grow internationally as a useful pedagogical strategy in health professional education. Paramedics are continually engaged in teaching students, other health professionals, patients and their families - so experience teaching peers during their university education may increase their confidence when teaching as a paramedic. This project aims to explore: i) third-year students experiences of teaching and assessing junior students, and ii) first-year students experiences of being taught and assessed by senior students.
Fox, M., Winship, C., Williams, W., Leaf, S., Boyd, L. M., McKenna, L. G., & Williams, B. A. (2015). Peer-assisted teaching and learning in paramedic education: a pilot study. International Paramedic Practice, 5(1), 22 - 28. https://doi.org/10.12968/ippr.2015.5.1.22