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Teaching Psychotherapy to Medical Students

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Abstract

In British schools, pupils have to decide on Art or Science specialization when they reach 15–16 years of age, following the General Certificate of Education “Ordinary Level” examinations. The student who already knows that he wishes to enter Medical School will then spend two to three years in his school’s 6th form and will normally study three science subjects for the “Advanced Level” examinations. The usual and most conventional subjects are Biology, Chemistry, and Physics, although variations are possible, for example Chemistry, Physics and Mathematics, or Zoology, Mathematics and Chemistry. Rarely Arts or Language subjects are included, but most British Medical Schools insist on advanced level examinations in at least two science subjects.

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Medical Student Therapeutic Relationship Therapy Session Psychosomatic Medicine Physical Complaint 
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