How can experience in clinical and community settings contribute to early medical education? BEME Guide 6
This systematic review of the evidence available in the literature describes how early experience helps medical students to socialise to their chosen profession. Early experience helps them acquire a range of subject matter and makes their learning more real and relevant. It has potential benefits for a range of stakeholders, and can influence career choices.
- Tim Dornan (lead reviewer), Professor, Department of Educational Development and Research, Maastricht University, Netherlands.
- Sonia Littlewood, Senior House Officer in Surgery, Yorkshire Deanery, UK.
- Stephen A Margolis, Head of Rural Clinical Division Central Queensland Division, School of Medicine, Rockhampton, Queensland, Australia.
- Albert Scherpbier, Professor and Head of the Institute of Medical Education, University of Maastricht, the Netherlands.
- John Spencer, Professor of Medical Education in Primary Care, School of Medical Education Development, University of Newcastle, UK
- Valmae Ypinazar, Research Fellow, Rural Clinical Division Central Queensland Division, School of Medicine, Rockhampton, Queensland, Australia
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