Kate Billingham

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One aim of reform of undergraduate medical education is to achieve a better balance between an emphasis on scientific knowledge and an enhancement of desirable professional attitudes: for example, reducing the core curriculum in biochemistry in order to increase learning opportunities in ethics. This study was based on qualitative data collected from(More)
INTRODUCTION The modernising agenda of the NHS and recommendations of professional bodies demand that all doctors achieve a basic understanding of a population health perspective. The principle of integrated learning and the logistics of provision make it inappropriate for such learning to be delivered solely by public health specialists, and(More)