2012 | 21 | 49-60
Article title

Uniwersyteckie kształcenie lekarzy. Spojrzenie klinicysty

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The University Education of Doctors. Point of View of a Clinician
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The medical schools face many difficult assignments in the area of educating the doctors. A proper orientation of the former will result in a well-prepared professional staff. An important role in achieving this objective should be played by clinical medicine, considered a particular scientific discipline. The important factor here is to connect theory with practice. Therefore, good medical schools are these which simultaneously continue their research and teaching activities. Thus, the chief task will be to teach students to think creatively, and not restoratively, and to teach skillful use of the benefits of the scientific and the moral authorities of older generations of doctors. The attitude of an academic teacher shall not be underestimated in this situation, which unfortunately, contemporarily, not always deserves recognition. It is also important to construct appropriate educational programs that can meet the needs and demands of students and, at the same time, will provide a comprehensive medical education and direct contact with patients during diagnosis. Throughout the learning process, one may not forget the moral attitude and ethics. Schools should educate students in a spirit of moral responsibility towards both their vocation and profession and towards the patiens.
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