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Title: Survey of student attitudes
Authors: Psaila, J. V.
Keywords: Medical students -- Malta
Students -- Attitudes
Medical students -- Psychology
Issue Date: 1969
Publisher: Malta Medical Students Association
Citation: Psaila, J. V. (1969). Survey of student attitudes. Chest-piece, 2(10), 7-19.
Abstract: Since the first world conference on medical education, this subject has become increasingly studied by innumerable reports and surveys of student opinion. The Report of the Royal Commission on Medical Education has given the subject further impetus and is likely to result in far reaching changes. Of these a scope for more active participation by the student is among the most significant. For students to assume a responsible and active role in Medical Education, the "Chestpiece" has considered it very important to survey the opinions of students. This survey is an attempt to assess the more important characteristics of the average medical student, and to make an evaluation of the common teaching methods.
Appears in Collections:Chest-piece, volume 2, issue 10
Chest-piece, volume 2, issue 10

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