During the study of medicine you learn skills such as performing physical examinations in all years of study. You do this with and on fellow students, simulation patients and sometimes with practical teachers. You yourself are therefore also a regular test subject for your fellow students.
As when dealing with real patients, it is very important in these trainings that you behave like a professional doctor should. To help you with this, we have made an overview of agreements about how we treat each other. More background information can be found in the appendix:
Naturally, the statutory rules with regard to patient-related procedures and patient contacts also apply, see the Individual Healthcare Professions Act (BIG) and the Medical Treatment Contracts Act (WGBO).