Anxiety in medical students: is preparation for full-time clinical attachments more dependent upon differences in maturity or on educational programmes for undergraduate and graduate entry students?

@article{Hayes2004AnxietyIM,
  title={Anxiety in medical students: is preparation for full-time clinical attachments more dependent upon differences in maturity or on educational programmes for undergraduate and graduate entry students?},
  author={Kevin M. Hayes and Adam Feather and Angela D Hall and Philip Sedgwick and G Wannan and A Wessier-Smith and Tyler Green and Peter McCrorie},
  journal={Medical education},
  year={2004},
  volume={38 11},
  pages={1154-63}
}
INTRODUCTION The transition to full-time clinical studies holds anxieties for most medical students. While graduate entry medical education has only recently begun in the UK, the parallel undergraduate and graduate entry MBBS courses taught at our school allowed us to study how 2 differently prepared groups perceived this vital time at a comparable stage in their training. METHOD An anonymous questionnaire collected demographic data and graded anxiety in 13 statements relating to starting… CONTINUE READING

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