ICRAM (the International Campaign to Revitalise Academic Medicine): agenda setting

Wilkinson, David
October 2004
BMJ: British Medical Journal (International Edition);10/2/2004, Vol. 329 Issue 7469, p787
Academic Journal
Introduces ICRAM (the International Campaign to Revitalise Academic Medicine). Working party of medical academics seeking to improve the education of physicians around the world; Three roles of academic medicine and how they are changing; Failures in the current system; Suggested changes that would enable academia to better fulfill its role; Formation of five task groups; Agenda for further study. INSETS: Box1: Task groups;Box 2: Regional and stakeholder advisory groups;Summary points.


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