TITLE

Departmental divisions and the crisis in undergraduate medical education

AUTHOR(S)
Richards, Peter
PUB. DATE
May 1988
SOURCE
British Medical Journal (Clinical Research Edition);5/7/1988, Vol. 296 Issue 6632, p1278
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Investigates the crisis in undergraduate medical education. Responsibility of the Department of Education and Science in funding preclinical medical education and clinical academic staff; Lack of coordination between the DES and the Department of Health and Social Security; Casualty of staff reductions in universities and NHS.
ACCESSION #
5073364

 

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