|Training the trainers, walking in a minefield
April-June 2016, 16(2):49-50
Hands-on training is always challenging especially when you deal with mature clinicians who are well established in their career. They may have difficulties in accepting new techniques and different approaches compared to doctors in training.
Aims and objectives
I’m presenting my personal experience in training general surgeons in Egypt; a journey started many years ago.
With high-quality qualitative feedback, I managed to spread evidence-based practice in Egypt. raining the trainer concept has become widely accepted among many clinicians.
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