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Published on Jul 31, 2013
If you're a junior doctor at a big teaching hospital who struggles with the ever-irritating burden of medical students, this is for you. This is what we wish doctors knew. What we wish they remembered...
Here's how you can ensure your students have the best possible clinical experience without it taking up hours of your time. Quick, efficient tips to save you time and prevent you and your students getting fed up with each other.
It's all backed up by Medical Education theory, and by my personal experiences as well.
May seem a little cheesy, but it comes from a personal place.
REFERENCES • Hutchinson, L. (2003) 'Educational environment' in BMJ, England: 810-2. • Kaufman, D. M. (2003) 'Applying educational theory in practice', BMJ, 326(7382), 213-6.