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A new method of self-assessment during vocational training

, : A new method of self-assessment during vocational training. Journal of the Royal College of General Practitioners 30(221): 734-737

The ability to assess oneself in general practice has to be learned. The ideal time to develop this ability is during vocational training. The lessons learned may be some of the most important before entering general practice itself.As a new approach to this problem, a self-assessment book has been devised. The book has potential as a research tool and helps trainees to think more closely about their particular problems during patient contact.


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