How well prepared are medical students for their first year as doctors? The views of consultants and specialist registrars in two teaching hospitals.
AbstractTo evaluate (1) the extent to which first year doctors (foundation year 1 doctors, F1s) in two teaching hospitals in the Trent Deanery were rated by specialist registrars (SpRs) and consultants as being well prepared for practice; (2) the importance ascribed by SpRs and consultants to the various items of core knowledge, skills and attitudes outlined in the publication of the General Medical Council, Tomorrow's Doctors.
CitationHow well prepared are medical students for their first year as doctors? The views of consultants and specialist registrars in two teaching hospitals. 2009, 85 (1009):582-9 Postgrad Med J
JournalPostgraduate medical journal
SponsorsEast Midlands Healthcare Workforce Deanery
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