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During the 1970s and 1980s, vocational training for general practice developed from experimental beginnings to become established nationwide. Committees were set up nationally and regionally and methods devised for the approval of training practices. Important publications related to the discipline of general practice and to educational methodology appeared. The problems that remain include the absence of a compulsory assessment prior to entering general practice and the low remuneration for course organizers.