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Title: Developing protocols for change in medical education : report of an informal consultation, Seattle, Washington, USA, 11-14 August 1992 / Charles Boelen ... [et al.]
Authors: Boelen, Charles
Des Marchais, Jacques E
Dohner, Charles W
Kantrowitz, Martin P
World Health Organization. Division of Development of Human Resources for Health
Issue Date: 1995
Publisher: Geneva : World Health Organization
Language: English
Turkish
Abstract: Medical schools should respond to the health needs of society by reorienting the education of physicians to ensure that they possess the appropriate skills and are able to practise them. For medical education to become more relevant and efficient, changes must occur in curriculum content, learning processes and the relationship of medical schools with the health care system. This monograph offers guidelines for change in the form of steps for getting started, steps for development and early implementation, and steps for later adoption. A goal is set for each step, and specific tasks are suggested to help attain the goal; advice is offered on how to develop the tasks, and signs of progress are suggested. Also proposed are areas for future action, including action research, to improve the relevance and efficiency of medical education
Description: ONLINE
English only
WHO/HRH/95.5. Unpublished
32 p.
Subject: Education, Medical
Guidelines
Curriculum
Context: standards trends
trends
metadata.dc.subject.other: Education and Training
Gov't Doc #: WHO/HRH/95.5. Unpublished
URI: http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/62083
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