|David Cameron, Julia Blitz, and Dave Durrheim|
|South African Medical Journal, 2002|
"One of the challenges facing a newly qualified doctor is to turn theory into practice. The theoretical knowledge of the undergraduate curriculum needs to be transformed into the practical skill of the competent professional. A junior doctor usually learns the necessary skill as the need arises and according to the patients she/he is involved in treating. The advantage of this process is that the skills acquired are relevant to the young professional's needs. The disadvantage is that this is a haphazard process."