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Table 6 Percentage of graduates who experienced having contact with patients in core Clinical Settings (in descending order)

From: A pilot Tuning Project-based national study on recently graduated medical students’ self-assessment of competences - the TEST study

Clinical settings N (%)
CS2 - Care of general (internal) medical patients in medical admission units 377 (99)
CS4 - Care in the community/family practice/primary care 377 (99)
CS3 - Care of general surgical patients in surgical admission units 375 (98)
CS5 - Care for elderly patients 372 (98)
CS6 - Care for sick children 370 (97)
CS9 - Obstetric and gynaecological care 370 (97)
CS8 - Care for mentally ill patients 365 (96)
CS11 - Care of patients with specialized medical conditions (eg haematology, renal) 346 (91)
CS14 - Care of patients with specialized surgical conditions (eg cardiac surgery, urology) 331 (87)
CS1 - Care of acutely ill patients in Casualty/Accident and Emergency units 297 (78)
CS10 - Care for critically ill patients in Intensive Care Units 273 (71)
CS7 - Care for the dying, palliative care 230 (60)
CS12 - Anaesthetic care 227 (59)
CS13 - Rehabilitation medicine 179 (47)