Practising GPs teaching medical students evidence based medicine: a questionnaire survey
BACKGROUND: The characteristics of practising general practitioners who teach evidence based medicine (EBM) during their clinical work – and their attitudes toward it – are poorly known. METHODS: One hundred and twenty-two Canberra GPs who previously had medical students attend their practice were sent a questionnaire on their education, experience, knowledge, confidence, and attitudes toward teaching EBM. RESULTS: Eighty-three (68%) GPs responded, 13% had postgraduate EBM training, and 20%...[Show more]
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|Source:||Australian Family Physician 35.12 (2006): 999-1002|
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