In the Carnegie Foundation’s study, Educating Physicians: A Call for Reform of Medical Education and Residency (June 2010), the authors discuss what should be the “backbone of medical education”: “…the development of professional values, actions, and aspirations, building on an essential foundation of clinical competence, communication and interpersonal ski

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