Stimulating undergraduate medical students’ scientific careers: the Groningen concept
ResumoFor many medical students entering medical school, becoming a physician-scientist is not the first career opportunity they depicted for themselves. Most students start medical school with the idea of becoming a professional medical doctor using scientific knowledge in direct patient care and in the development of protocols and guidelines. With the rapid growth of scientific knowledge and the fast development of new medical techniques and treatment options, the need for more physician-scientists is more urging then ever.[...]
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van der Wouden, J., Schönrock-Adema, J., & Jaarsma, A. (2016). Stimulating undergraduate medical students’ scientific careers: the Groningen concept. Revista De Medicina, 95(spe3), 32-35. https://doi.org/10.11606/issn.1679-9836.v95ispe3p32-35