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Core content of the medical school surgical curriculum: Consensus report from the Association of surgeons in training (ASIT).
BACKGROUND The length of time dedicated to the undergraduate surgical curriculum is decreasing. With reduced time on surgical placements, students may be underexposed to their core learning needs.Expand
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Collaborative student research efforts provide a solution to research wastage
Sharp and Curlewis1 provide a student’s perspective on research waste2 and discuss recognised pressures in UK medical schools to publish research “at all costs.” Research collaborations, such asExpand
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Tackling mental health barriers at medical school – insights from fellow medical students
  • W. Ahmed, E. Mills
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Advances in medical education and practice
  • 19 February 2019
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The Last Five Years
Maximizing opportunities at medical school to support a career in surgery.
INTRODUCTION During medical school, students have numerous opportunities to develop their portfolios for a career in surgery, such as undertaking additional surgical placements and participating inExpand
Physical activity in physical education, is it that difficult to achieve?
More often than not, it is just assumed that children will amass the critical amount of moderate to vigorous physical activity in their daily activities and in the process offset disorders associatedExpand