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Medical humanities … almost

Neha Dangayach

DOI: 10.20529/IJME.2012.056


Abstract

Brought up in the traditional education system in a large teaching hospital in Mumbai, India, I moved on to do specialisation in neurology in the United States of America. The Indian system of pre-medical education mandates early choices between the humanities and the sciences and thus precludes a more well-rounded development of a student. Though medical humanities is not taught as a subject as part of the medical curriculum in India, listening to inspiring and learned teachers and the daily interaction with scores of patients who are willing to submit themselves to examination “in the cause of medical education” is a humbling experience to a sensitive student.

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