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How competent do graduates feel to undertake the skills required by the general medical council?

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Abstract

The General Medical Council outlines the skills medical students are meant to learn as undergraduates. This article summarizes how competent some foundation year one doctors from one deanery felt to undertake these skills, what had prepared them and what they would like more training on.

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Watmough, S., & Kennedy, T. (2014). How competent do graduates feel to undertake the skills required by the general medical council? British Journal of Hospital Medicine, 75(8), 464–467. https://doi.org/10.12968/hmed.2014.75.8.464

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