Franklyn-Miller, A.; Falvey, E.; McCrory, P.
April 2009
Surgeon (Edinburgh University Press);Apr2009, Vol. 7 Issue 2, p69
Academic Journal
The article offers information on the changes in the approach being applied in teaching medical undergraduates in Great Britain. It informs that the change made was due to the adjustments of the curriculum which was believed to be overloaded. According to the article, the introduction of the change was implemented after the assessment of the outcome of the medical graduates.


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