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The Scottish doctor--learning outcomes for the medical undergraduate in Scotland : a foundation for competent and reflective practitioners.

Simpson, J. G. and Furnace, J. and Crosby, J. and Cumming, A. D. and Evans, P. A. and Friedman, B. D. M. and Harden, R. M. and Lloyd, D. and McKenzie, H. and McLachlan, J. C. and McPhate, G. F. and Percy-Robb, I. W. and MacPherson, S. G. (2002) 'The Scottish doctor--learning outcomes for the medical undergraduate in Scotland : a foundation for competent and reflective practitioners.', Medical teacher., 24 (2). pp. 136-143.

Abstract

This paper describes a set of learning outcomes that clearly define the abilities of medical graduates from any of the five Scottish medical schools. The outcomes are divided into 12 domains that fit into one of three essential elements for the competent and reflective medical practitioner.

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Publisher Web site:http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/01421590220120713
Record Created:30 May 2007
Last Modified:08 Apr 2009 16:33

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