Tuning research competences for Bologna three cycles in medicine: report of a MEDINE2 European consensus survey

@inproceedings{Marz2013TuningRC,
  title={Tuning research competences for Bologna three cycles in medicine: report of a MEDINE2 European consensus survey},
  author={Richard Marz and Friedo Wilhelm Dekker and Chris van Schravendijk and Si{\'u}n O’Flynn and Michael T. Ross},
  booktitle={Perspectives on medical education},
  year={2013}
}
Medical curricula, like healthcare systems and medical practice, have a strong cultural component and vary considerably between countries. Increasing mobility of medical graduates, and increasing pressure to ensure they are all fit for practice, have highlighted an urgent need to establish common ground in learning outcomes at all stages of training. A research-based approach, developed by the Tuning project, was used previously by the MEDINE Thematic Network to gain consensus on core learning… CONTINUE READING
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