How does undergraduate teaching prepare graduates for the paediatric SHO role? A study investigating how graduates of undergraduate training in Ireland meet stakeholder minimum accepted competencies (MAC) of knowledge and expectations of good practise as new paediatric SHO recruits.

Patrick Mccrossan
BackgroundThere may be a gap between what students learn during medical school andtheir clinical responsibilities as first-year paediatric doctors. At undergraduatelevel, in the United Kingdom (& Ireland), each medical school sets its owngraduating assessment and successful completion by the candidate leads to thelicensed right to practise by the Medical Council. It is therefore important todefine the standard for successful completion of medical school.
AimsWe sought to determine how current Irish undergraduate education preparesdoctors commencing clinical practice...
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