Increasing EBM learning in training GPs: a qualitative study of supervisors

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Royal Australian College of General Practitioners
Publication Type:
Journal Article
Citation:
Australian family physician, 2006, 35 (4), pp. 268 - 269
Issue Date:
2006-01
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Successful strategies for increasing the use of evidence based medicine (EBM) by general practitioners remain elusive. One important approach may b e to target general practice registrars early in their vocational training when their experiences and attitudes are still forming. Modelling by supervisors can have powerful effects on early career practitioners when supervisor beliefs and practices are most influential on the registrar. For this reason wee decided to examine the attitudes, beliefs and teaching practices of GP supervisors with respect to EBM in the hope that this might inform strategies to deepen and embed the practice of EBM of early career GPs.
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