CHAPTER XV: Epilogue

Golding, John
January 1994
Ascent to Mona as Illustrated by a Short History of Jamaican Med;1994, p112
Book Chapter
Chapter 15 of the book "Ascent to Mona As Illustrated by a Short History of Jamaican Medical Care" is presented. The article tackles the principles that arose from the history of medicine, including the requirement in medical practice to have a firm knowledge of the basic sciences, the importance of individuals with specialized skills in the practice and the need to make continuing education obligatory due to rapid developments in health care. It emphasizes the importance for the medical profession to consider public concern and needs.


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