New Brunswick medical school expansion delayed

MacKinnon, Bobbie-Jean
May 2007
CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;5/8/2007, Vol. 176 Issue 10, p1405
Academic Journal
The article reports that a medical education training program scheduled to start in New Brunswick in September 2008 will be delayed by one year, according to Dalhousie University dean of medicine Harold Cook. Cook said that the government still has not accepted a 30-seat proposal submitted by the university. It will take two years to get the program up and running after an agreement is reached.


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