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Professional achievements in medicine: Too many unresolved questions

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Author(s): Slavica Jurčević Kozina | Mario Malički

Journal: Acta Medica Academica
ISSN 1840-1848

Volume: 41;
Issue: 1;
Start page: 8;
Date: 2012;
Original page

Keywords: Medical student | Collaborative learning | Social negotiation skills | Non-cognitive skills

ABSTRACT
From pre-enrollment assessments, through medical education andpost-graduate training, medical schools are trying to educate andfacilitate the development of their students so that they become exemplary experts in their future fields. Yet despite the long history of medical education, scientific research has failed to provide correlations between medical schools’ education processes and achievements of their students. Among the greatest obstacles for this is the primary definition of achievement, and, subsequently, its characteristics and measurement. In this review we present current findings related to medical education, discuss their implications and provide suggestions for medical schools on how to get the best out of their students while facilitating their personal growth.

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