The Future of Pediatric Education

      Two basic closely intertwined principles are at the heart of graduate medical education (GME) in the field of pediatrics. First, there is the incremental assumption of responsibility by house officers for the management of patients. Second, there is the creation and maintenance of an educational environment for intensive, thorough scientific study of illness and disease, for intellectual growth and personal maturity, and for acquiring professional values.
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