alexa Reforms in medical education: optimizing quantity and quality.
Clinical Research

Clinical Research

Journal of Clinical Research & Bioethics

Author(s): Dasgupta S

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Developing an effective health care delivery system and ensuring universal access to health care immensely depend on the status of the medical education system and the nature of medical manpower it produces. The quality of human resource produced by the country's medical education system is determined by the appropriate government support in terms of policy framing, funding and regulatory mechanisms. The common criticisms against the present medical curriculum are that it fails to inculcate appropriate skills and competence among learners to serve the community effectively. Developing a societal need-based and feasible medical education system is a challenging task. We will look into three documents, all published by different government agencies under directives of the Government of India with the objective of reforming the medical education system in the country.

This article was published in Indian J Public Health and referenced in Journal of Clinical Research & Bioethics

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