The student's perspective

Chan, An-Wen; Peets, Adam
February 2000
Clinical & Investigative Medicine;Feb2000, Vol. 23 Issue 1, p103
Academic Journal
Presents a student's perspective on the evolution of medical school curricula away from the traditional basic science teaching to a more clinically-oriented, small-group learning system that facilitates integration of relevant basic sciences. Fundamental issues that must be addressed; Definition of clinical relevance.


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