Small (ish) Group Teaching

Day 2 of the respiratory catch up sessions today in lecture theatre 2.  A bigger turn out for this one, and I couldn’t persuade anyone to sit in the front row – probably something to do with my cheese sarnie.

I think the sessions have been useful so far.  It’s interesting to see the different questions asked, but more so the same questions asked each time.  Common threads have been  – COPD, emphysema and chronic bronchitis; arterial blood gas analysis; the difference between Type 1 and Type 2 respiratory failure.  These are the more difficult topics – they are certainly better taught in small groups.  This group was just small enough, I think.

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