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 skills, ethical and legal understanding, and extending to aspirational goals in performance excellence, ...

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