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Teaching Chinese health care professionals about community-based long-term care (CBLTC) in China



Teaching Chinese health care professionals about community-based long-term care (CBLTC) in China



Gerontology and Geriatrics Education 26(1): 137-149



Academic exchanges between the U.S. and other countries around the world are increasing and teaching students abroad is part of this trend. China is in its initial stage of developing gerontology education and is in great need of new concepts and ideas for dealing with its rapidly aging population. This paper discusses the challenges and rewards of teaching gerontology to health care professionals in China. To achieve the desired learning outcomes in another country requires culturally appropriate course materials and teaching methods; drawing on students' knowledge and expertise by using an interactive format and gaining students' respect.

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DOI: 10.1300/j021v26n01_09


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