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Undergraduate neurology in the 21st Century and the bedside tradition
  1. Mark Manford
  1. Correspondence to Dr Mark Manford, Department of Neurology, Addenbrooke's Hospital, Hills Rd, Cambridge CB20QQ, UK; mark.manford{at}me.com

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Neurology teaching highlights clinical skill and is appealing to students but after they qualify the subject has a notorious reputation. Changes in clinical practice with fewer inpatients provide challenges to traditional teaching, but there are nevertheless opportunities for combining creative teaching methods with modern technology to provide a rich, enduring and relevant learning experience that can create a generation of clinicians not intimidated by a tendon hammer.

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