Australian Family Physician
Australian Family Physician


Volume 40, Issue 1, January-February 2011

Procedural skills in general practice vocational training What should be taught?

Simon Morgan Kim M Henderson Parker J Magin Stephen Sylvester Kevin Sweeney
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A list of procedural skills is an important component of a curriculum for general practice vocational training. This study aimed to establish an up-to-date list of core procedural skills that doctors undergoing general practice vocational training should be taught.
The ranked list of clinical procedures provides a resource to form the basis of a procedures training curriculum which can be adapted to different general practice training contexts.
Mean rating scores for all the procedural items listed were determined, and a core list of 112 procedures was agreed on the basis of the relative importance of procedures determined by the Delphi participants.

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