Doctors and medical training
Jiwa, M. (2012). Doctors and medical training. Australasian Medical Journal, 5 (9), 513-516.
Medical schools are charged with preparing their students for lifelong service of humanity. However, as discussed in this editorial many medical students may not be served well by the experience of their training. It is paramount that what is taught at medical school and those who teach prepare an educated but resilient workforce. The unmet expectations of medical students and their experience as newly qualified doctors sometimes reinforce the damage done during medical training.
medical students, medical training, medical schools
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