Streamlining Undergraduate Medical Education: Something We Should Have Discussed Decades Ago
The author discusses the elimination of medical school students' undergraduate degree requirement. The author mentions that in order to control education costs, the U.S. medical schools should change their admission requirements. The author suggests the need for administrators of medical schools and industry leaders to discuss seriously the costs and timeline of medical education.
Vila, Mark, "Streamlining Undergraduate Medical Education: Something We Should Have Discussed Decades Ago" (2012). PCOM Scholarly Papers. 121.
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