To provide their patients with good care, GPs must individualise standards and guidelines. What’s average is not always what’s best for the individual, argues Nynke van Dijk in her inaugural lecture.
Medical schools have a role to play in preparing GPs for the challenging task of critically weighing up all the relevant knowledge and interests when providing care to patients. This requires individualising the curriculum and preparing students for the different roles involved in GP and other areas of healthcare.
N. van Dijk, professor of Medical Education and Training: Evidence Based Meducation.
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