Gode leger - hvordan blir studentene det?
Journal article, Peer reviewed
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Original versionTidsskrift for den Norske lægeforening 1991, 111 (30):3700-2
Good medical practice requires the amalgamation of two worlds, the world of medical science and the world of sick people. Medical science has seen unbelievable progress, but criticism from patients has nevertheless increased. There is also an increasing gap between the direction of medical science and sick people's problems. The curriculum needs reforming in most medical schools. But the teachers are probably more important than the curriculum. The teachers, at least a few of them, should serve as role models and influence the students for life. I describe my three role models as an illustration. The medical schools must therefore work along two lines, they must reform the curriculum and make the teachers good role models.