‘Learning to Doctor’ – New blog explores the role of non-clinical, community-based placements in medical education and practice

Simon Forrest

Readers of the CMH blog may be interested in our colleague Dr Simon Forrest’s blog ‘Learning to Doctor’: exploring the role of non-clinical, community-based placements in medical education and practice. Simon is an award-winning senior teaching fellow at Durham’s School of Medicine, Pharmacy and Health. ‘Learning to Doctor’ documents his study tour to Australia to explore the contribution of non-clinical community placements to medical education.

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