Students' attitudes and potential behaviour with regard to whistle blowing as they pass through a modern medical curriculum.

@article{Goldie2003StudentsAA,
  title={Students' attitudes and potential behaviour with regard to whistle blowing as they pass through a modern medical curriculum.},
  author={John Goldie and Lisa Schwartz and Alex McConnachie and Jillian Morrison},
  journal={Medical education},
  year={2003},
  volume={37 4},
  pages={368-75}
}
OBJECTIVE To examine students' attitudes and potential behaviour with regard to whistle blowing as they progress through a modern undergraduate medical curriculum. DESIGN Cohort design. SETTING University of Glasgow Medical School. SUBJECTS A cohort of students entering Glasgow University's new learner-centred, integrated medical curriculum in October 1996. METHODS Students' pre- and post-Year 1, post-Year 3 and post-Year 5 responses to the whistle blowing vignette of the Ethics in… CONTINUE READING

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