Coming soon: Med High

Tumilty, Ryan
March 2008
CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;3/25/2008, Vol. 178 Issue 7, p819
Academic Journal
The article reports on Alberta up and coming medical school. It was inferred that Alberta students could be soon be studying anatomy with their arithmetic under a government proposition to put ut a healthcare centred high schools. It discusses that part of a program to swell the grades of healthcare workers, the plan would see a medical high school opened in both Calgary and Edmonton to provide students with some form of added instruction to help them for a career in health. An overview on the proposal is presented.


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