A medical curriculum: evaluation by final-year students.
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Nov 01, 1981
Seventy-five students, at the end of their final year, responded to a postal questionnaire designed to assess their views on their medical curriculum. The responses of those intending to enter general practice were compared with those of intending hospital doctors and comparison were also made between respondents who had enrolled for a 6-year course and those who had enrolled for the newer 5-year course.
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