Research Article| Volume 2, ISSUE 4, P279-282, 1971

The training of an accident surgeon

  • R.B. Duthie
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    University of Oxford, UK
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      It is obvious that a critical reappraisal of training programmes in surgery, and in particular accident surgery, requires some definition of the role of the accident surgeon now and in the future. This should be based upon the work required of him, his teaching both as a student and as a postgraduate, and also upon his career grading.
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