Attitudes towards the content of general practice teaching.
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Sep 01, 1976
In a study of attitudes towards the content of general practice teaching, it was found that there was good agreement between fifth year medical students and their general practitioner tutors. The social aspects of illness were considered the most important by students and both groups emphasized the value of seeing patients in their homes with time for discussion of cases. These findings are discussed in the context of the development of teaching in general practice at Glasgow University.
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