Rational prescribing in Europe – Are future doctors well prepared?
“Rational prescribing in Europe – Are future doctors well prepared?” Publication of the thesis of David J. Brinkman.
Outline of the thesis
The goal of the studies described in this thesis is to improve CPT education in the undergraduate medical curricula of European medical schools and ultimately contribute to improvements in the quality and safety of patient care. From the above, we know that the current level of prescribing competencies of European medical students is not entirely clear, that little is known about the current structure of CPT education in European medical schools, and that there is no consensus about what European medical students should know about CPT by the time they graduate, and how CPT should be taught and assessed during undergraduate medical education in European medical schools.
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