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Psychiatric training in two different EU countries: Denmark and the UK

  • Lars K. Hansen (a1) and Anders F. Thomsen (a1)
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The undergraduate medical education in Denmark consists of six-and-a-half years of (mainly) academic studying. A combination of sabbatical years and late-starters pushed the average age of the medical candidate to 30 in 1998. Well over 50% are women.

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Psychiatric training in two different EU countries: Denmark and the UK

  • Lars K. Hansen (a1) and Anders F. Thomsen (a1)
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