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Education in Family Medicine : What has been achieved?

By Malta College of Family Doctors, Pierre Mallia and Dominic Agius


Contents: Education... historical landmarks - Pierre Mallia; The Malta College of Family Doctors and the Royal College of General Practitioners - John V. Howard; The MRCGP [INT] Qualification and Programme - Adrian Freeman; Malta from the view of an External\ud Development Advisor - Jeremy Stupple; The Specialist Training Programme in Family Medicine - Malta - Mario R. Sammut and Gunther Abela; Psychometrics – MCFD/MRCGP[INT] summative examination - Dominic Agius; Continued professional development - Philip Sciortino; The Diploma in Family Practice in retrospect - Pierre Mallia; Report on MCFD Assessment Course - Renzo De GabrieleThe mission of the Journal of the Malta College of Family Doctors\ud (JMCFD) is to deliver accurate, relevant and inspiring research, continued\ud medical education and debate in family medicine with the aim of\ud encouraging improved patient care through academic development of\ud the discipline. As the main official publication of the Malta College of\ud Family Doctors, the JMCFD strives to achieve its role to disseminate\ud information on the objectives and activities of the College.peer-reviewe

Topics: Medicine -- Malta -- Periodicals, Family medicine -- Study and teaching
Publisher: Malta College of Family Doctors
Year: 2012
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