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Editorial

The concept of participatory learning group development

EuroIntervention 2011;7:29-31. DOI: 10.4244/EIJV7I1A6

1. University of Toulouse, Laboratories Octogone, Toulouse 2 and LERASS, Toulouse 3, France; 2. CathLink, Enchandens, Switzerland; 3. Clarus Training and Facilitation, Coventry, United Kingdom; 4. PCR Education solutions group, Martres Tolosane, Fran
The “Educational Solutions” branch within PCR acts as a research and development cell. Its mission is to promote and implement the concept of participatory group learning. Its first educational deliverables are the Learning The Techniques sessions, PCR Seminars and Case Corner discussions.

Rationale

In the field of cardiovascular interventions a huge amount of information is delivered during congresses and meetings. Usually, this information is quickly reported on a large number of websites and published in several journals (some of which are peer reviewed). Given the volume of this information, it has become increasingly difficult for practitioners to reflect ...

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