2 edition of current era of medical education. found in the catalog.
current era of medical education.
Willard Cole Rappleye
1963 in (New York .
Written in English
Excerpts from President"s review, Josiah Macy, Jr. Foundation, 1961-1962.
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The number of schools would have been well within the number of actual universities, in whose. InFlexner published a muckraking report, Medical Education in the United States and Canada.
In this book, he described the ideal conditions of medical education, as exemplified by the Johns Hopkins Medical School, and the deficient conditions that still existed at most medical schools.
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History in Medical Education and the Roots of Knowledge. by Magdalena Slosar-Cheah, M.D. on July 7, In another, less fanciful book, prompt me to wonder how our current medical certainties will be regarded in a hundred years’ time.
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