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Published Online June 2013

Intravenous Fluid Prescribing Knowledge and Confidence in F1 Doctors

Publication: The Bulletin of the Royal College of Surgeons of England
Volume 95, Number 6

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Rach year in the UK, 7,500 F1 doctors take up post. Most are new graduates from UK medical schools. Teaching in the 33 medical schools in the UK is reviewed by the General Medical Council (GMC). Tomorrow's Doctors, published by the GMC, defines the knowledge, skills and behaviours that UK medical graduates should possess after completion of their undergraduate training.

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The Bulletin of the Royal College of Surgeons of England
Volume 95Number 6June 2013
Pages: 1 - 6

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Published in print: June 2013
Published online: 16 June 2015

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Powell, AGMT
Clinical Research Fellow, University of Glasgow
Walker, VC
Medical Student, University of Glasgow
Paterson-Brown, L
Medical Student, University of Newcastle
Clark, G
Consultant Surgeon, Cardiff and Vale University Health Board
Drummond, GB
Honorary Clinical Senior Lecturer, NHS Lothian
Paterson-Brown, S
Consultant Surgeon, NHS Lothian

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