Medical students' perceptions of their development of ‘soft skills’ Part I: A qualitative research methodology

@article{Schurink2006MedicalSP,
  title={Medical students' perceptions of their development of ‘soft skills’ Part I: A qualitative research methodology},
  author={W. Schurink and C. Kr{\"u}ger and Am Bergh and CW Van Staden and Jl Roos and G. Pickworth and P. Joubert and RR Du Preez and Sv Grey and B. Lindeque},
  journal={South African Family Practice},
  year={2006},
  volume={48},
  pages={14 - 14d}
}
  • W. Schurink, C. Krüger, +7 authors B. Lindeque
  • Published 2006
  • Medicine
  • South African Family Practice
  • Abstract Background Following the introduction of a new, integrated, problem-oriented undergraduate medical curriculum at the University of Pretoria (UP) in 1997, a research project was undertaken to study interpersonal skills, professional attitudes, teamwork, ethics and related topics—which have come to be known collectively as ‘soft skills’. This contribution in the first of two articles on the professional socialisation of medical students and their development of ‘soft skills’. It… CONTINUE READING
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