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"This finding indicates that some change in the culture of medical education has taken place over the past decade, perhaps as new physicians have adjusted their practice expectations to changing patient demographics and practice situations," Bass says.

A previous study published in January by Bass and colleagues showed that medical school course directors greatly vary in their teaching of caring for the chronically ill.


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Contact: David March
dmarch1@jhmi.edu
410-955-1534
Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions
27-May-2004


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