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Abstract

Universities are responsible for undergraduate medical training. The contents are provided for by the law and are the same for the seven medical schools: 3 years of preclinical teaching followed by 4 years of clinical training (theorethical and practical). Until 1982, after these 7 years the medical profession was freely accessible for general practitoners. For students who voted for a career as general practitioner, some medical schools offered a programme with specific training in general practice.

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© Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 1991

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  • Luc Blondeel

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