Learning in practice: a new section in the BMJ

Goldbeck-Wood, Sandra; Peile, Ed
January 2002
BMJ: British Medical Journal (International Edition);1/19/2002, Vol. 324 Issue 7330, p125
Academic Journal
Editorial. Introduces a section in this week's issue of this journal called 'Learning in Practice.' Importance of learning and education in medicine; Effect of physicians underperfoming or leaving the profession on education; Discussion of educational research; Role of the medical journal to encourage wider debate on the issue.


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