Procedural skills of practicing gastroenterologists. A national survey of 700 members of the American College of Physicians.

@article{Wigton1990ProceduralSO,
  title={Procedural skills of practicing gastroenterologists. A national survey of 700 members of the American College of Physicians.},
  author={Robert S. Wigton and Linda L. Blank and H. P. Monsour and Jos{\'e} Andr{\'e}s Moreno Nicol{\'a}s},
  journal={Annals of internal medicine},
  year={1990},
  volume={113 7},
  pages={
          540-6
        }
}
OBJECTIVE To find which procedures gastroenterologists do in their practice, where they learned the procedures, and what training they recommend to achieve and maintain competence in each. DESIGN Mailed survey. PARTICIPANTS A random sample of 700 gastroenterologists who were members of the American College of Physicians, of whom 510 (73%) responded. RESULTS Gastroenterologists did a median of 27 of the 40 gastroenterology procedures and 3 of the 16 general medicine procedures. A larger… CONTINUE READING

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