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How prepared are medical graduates to begin practice ? a comparison of three diverse UK medical schools. Final report to GMC April 2008.

Illing, J. and Morrow, G. and Kergon, C. and Burford, B. and Spencer, J. and Peile, E. and Davies, C. and Baldauf, B. and Allen, M. and Johnson, N. and Morrison, J. and Donaldson, M. and Whitelaw, M. and Field, M. (2008) 'How prepared are medical graduates to begin practice ? a comparison of three diverse UK medical schools. Final report to GMC April 2008.', Project Report. Newcastle University, Warwick University, Glasgow University.

Abstract

The GMC commissioned research to explore the extent to which different medical schools prepare their medical graduates for the workplace by studying the experiences and perceptions of graduates at three medical schools which differ in curriculum and/or entry cohort. A mixture of qualitative and quantitative methods provide a broad triangulated view of preparedness. Findings of the project indicate that undergraduates preparedness to begin the Foundation Programme is improved by increased experiential learning in clinical practice as part of their undergraduate programme.

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