Australian medical students' perceptions of professionalism and ethics in medical television programs

@inproceedings{Weaver2011AustralianMS,
  title={Australian medical students' perceptions of professionalism and ethics in medical television programs},
  author={Roslyn Weaver and Ian Wilson},
  booktitle={BMC medical education},
  year={2011}
}
BackgroundMedical television programs offer students fictional representations of their chosen career. This study aimed to discover undergraduate medical students' viewing of medical television programs and students' perceptions of professionalism, ethics, realism and role models in the programs. The purpose was to consider implications for teaching strategies.MethodsA medical television survey was administered to 386 undergraduate medical students across Years 1 to 4 at a university in New… CONTINUE READING

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