New perspectives--approaches to medical education at four new UK medical schools

Howe, Amanda; Campion, Peter; Searle, Judy; Smith, Helen
August 2004
BMJ: British Medical Journal (International Edition);8/7/2004, Vol. 329 Issue 7461, p327
Academic Journal
Examines four new medical schools in Great Britain and how they are each implementing key reforms in medical education. Comparison of the four programs; Patient contact which is continued throughout the course; Academic training of research methods; How altered selection criteria is leading to a different student mix.


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