GP trainees' in-consultation informationseeking: Associations with human, paper and electronic sources
Background. Answering clinical questions arising from patient care can improve that care and offers an opportunity for adult learning. It is also a vital component in practising evidence-based medicine. GPs’ sources of in consultation information can be human or non-human (either hard copy or electronic). Objectives. To establish the prevalence and associations of GP trainees’ in-consultation information-seeking, and to establish the prevalence of use of different sources of information...[Show more]
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