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Medical Education around the world: the state of New Zealand medical education. / Judy McKimm; TJ Wilkinson; P Poole; W Bagg

Medical Teacher, Volume: 32, Issue: (6), Pages: 456 - 460

Swansea University Author: Judy, McKimm

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<p>The two medical schools in New Zealand (NZ) are responding to the challenges of increasing healthcare demands and a worldwide doctor shortage, despite an environment of relatively scarce resource. Admissions to medical school are being increased and curricula examined and modified so that g...

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