Development of Inventory for Polyprofessionalism Lapses at the Proto-Professional Stage of Health Professions Education Together With Recommended Responses
Medical teacher 2011; 33(3): 239-43
To identify behaviours and attitudes that exhibit poor professionalism at the proto-professional stage of undergraduate health professions education, and investigate the extent and nature of agreement by faculty on appropriate responses by undergraduate students in the UK.
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