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Integrating medical education with societal need

R Krishna Kumar

DOI: 10.20529/IJME.2012.058


Abstract

This paper attempts to present a case for serious reforms in medical education with the primary purpose of sensitising future generations of medical graduates to what our society actually needs from healthcare providers. It is not meant to be a scholarly exploration of how healthcare should be provided in our country from the point of view of policy makers or professionals in the field of public health.

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