24 May 2017 Poor Quality Doctors: Is it a Pipelining or Processes Issue?

For many years, there’s been a growing concern that new medical practitioners lack quality. Among the main complaints include poor communication skills and lack of clinical competencies. Two leaders in medical education, Prof Vishna Devi Nadarajah (IMU‘s Dean, Teaching and Learning) and Prof Trudie Roberts spoke about how they are addressing the root of the problem. They also discuss the major issues raised at the recent 12th International Medical Education Conference.

Listen to the podcast : Poor Quality Doctors: Is it a Pipelining or Processes Issue? (BFM, 24 May 2017)

 

 

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