ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846

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Changing Medical Education PERIODICALLY the international medical community gets very worked up about trends in health care or in medical education. Way back in the 1950s a perturbed medical community proposed the reorientation of teaching "from the predominantly individual and curative approach to a more community-minded and preventive one". It would be naive to think that these concerns are rooted in a genuine recognition of the fact that five-odd years of education does not equip a student to deliver appropriate health care, especially in the third world. While there may be a section which is in fact so concerned, by and large this is almost always a response to conflicting demands

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