Consumer views on the medical curriculum: a retrospective study of Aberdeen graduates.

@article{Richardson1983ConsumerVO,
  title={Consumer views on the medical curriculum: a retrospective study of Aberdeen graduates.},
  author={Ian Richardson},
  journal={Medical education},
  year={1983},
  volume={17 1},
  pages={8-10}
}
In a postal follow-up study of five annual cohorts of Aberdeen medical graduates, 371 respondents (out of 423 approached) gave their views on their undergraduate curriculum. Three out of four thought the curriculum had satisfactorily prepared them for their choice of career. But when asked about four areas of medical care these postgraduates thought that patient management outside hospital, social services relevant to medicine, and individual patient problems had been inadequately represented… CONTINUE READING