Comparing a spaced format of an emergency medicine block course with a compressed format in their impact on students’ test scores in a key-feature test

Jan Breckwoldt, Jan Ludwig & Harm Peters
Background: Spacing of teaching sessions may provide the learner with more opportunities to elaborate and process learning contents. Hence, distributing a certain amount of teaching hours over a longer time period (spaced format) may result in better learning than delivering the same amount within a[for full text, please go to the a.m. URL]