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Tomorrow's Doctors: Has the New Curriculum Changed Attitudes To Psychiatry?

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  16 April 2020

Swaran P. Singh
Affiliation:
ConorDuggan. Academic Department ofPsychiatry. University of Nottingham;
Helen Baxter
Affiliation:
ConorDuggan. Academic Department ofPsychiatry. University of Nottingham;
Penny Standen
Affiliation:
ConorDuggan. Academic Department ofPsychiatry. University of Nottingham;
Conor Duggan
Affiliation:
ConorDuggan. Academic Department ofPsychiatry. University of Nottingham;

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