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The views of medical students and junior doctors on pre-graduate clinical teaching.
  1. B. Ward,
  2. G. Moody,
  3. J. F. Mayberry
  1. Leicester General Hospital, UK.


    A total of 277 third and fourth year medical students and 304 house officers and senior house officers were asked to prioritise the content and methods of clinical teaching. Response rates were poor, but similar to that in market surveys. Bedside teaching and medical clerking were considered the most valuable methods of teaching and training in practical procedures such as venepunctures and urinary catheterisation was seen as valuable. The design of new curricula in medical education will need to accommodate the views of its clients.

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