Medical students’ experience and perceptions of their final rotation in psychiatry

  title={Medical students’ experience and perceptions of their final rotation in psychiatry},
  author={Rr Du Preez and Am Bergh and J. Grimbeek and M. Linde},
  journal={South African Medical Journal},
  • Rr Du Preez, Am Bergh, +1 author M. Linde
  • Published 2015
  • Medicine
  • South African Medical Journal
  • Background. Evaluation of specific courses, rotations or attachments in medical education is common practice. Objective. To evaluate medical students’ perceptions of their final psychiatry rotation of 7 weeks.  Methods. A questionnaire was developed for medical students to give feedback on their psychiatry rotation at Weskoppies Hospital in Tshwane, South Africa. Four scores were developed: ( i ) a clinical exposure score for psychiatric conditions encountered during the rotation; ( ii ) an… CONTINUE READING
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