Typically, interns receive no instruction in death pronouncement and have to turn to senior residents or nurses as their only source of information.
Before the intervention, interns assessed themselves as more competent in the interpersonal aspects of the death pronouncement process than in the procedural ones.
We also looked at the association between medical school and intern experience and self-assessed death pronouncement competencies.
Also, the frequency of decisions by residents has to be seen in comparison to those by interns.
Moreover, it can be clearly seen in this example that it does not exist dependency between the control scheme proposed and the odometry-based intern system.
During the summer of 2005, the case study company hired an intern to explore how the research recommendations could be disseminated more widely.
With brief instruction, pocket card guidelines, and 3-months experience, the majority of interns reported needing minimal0no assistance in pronouncing death.
One day a week the interns participate in a two-and-a half-hour teaching seminar conducted by two teacher education professors.
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