WHO AIDS program director calls for revamping of medical education

January 1994
Public Health Reports;Jan/Feb94, Vol. 109 Issue 1, p150
Academic Journal
States that Dr. Michael Merson, executive director of the World Health Organization (WHO) Global Program on AIDS has called for a fresh look at the way physicians are educated. What Dr. Merson believes the physician of the future will need; Need to change the medical school curriculum to meet the needs of AIDS and other diseases.


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