Student portfolios and the hidden curriculum on gender: mapping exclusion
Context The hidden curriculum - the norms, values and practices that are transmitted to students through modelling by preceptors and teachers, and decisions about curricular exclusions and inclusions - can be profoundly important in the socialising of trainee doctors. However, tracking the hidden curriculum as it evolves can be challenging for medical schools. Objectives This study aimed to explore the content of student e-portfolios on gender issues, a key perspective often taught through a...[Show more]
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