Assessing knowledge and attitudes towards addictions in medical residents of a general hospital

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Barral, Carmen ; Eiroa-Orosa, Francisco Jose ; Navarro-Marfisis, Maria Cecilia ; Roncero, Carlos ; Casas, Miguel (2014)
  • Publisher: Informa Healthcare
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.3109/09687637.2014.987218
  • Subject: Abús de substàncies | Actitud (Psicologia) | Residents (Medicina) | Residents (Medicine) | Substance abuse | Attitude (Psychology)
    mesheuropmc: education | mental disorders

Addiction treatment training has been recognized to be an essential part of the curriculum in psychiatry and general medicine. Our objective in this study was to measure the knowledge and attitudes towards addictions among medical residents of a general hospital in Cata... View more
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