A view of future issues for defence medical training

@article{Macmillan2004AVO,
  title={A view of future issues for defence medical training},
  author={A. Macmillan and M. Bricknell},
  journal={The RUSI Journal},
  year={2004},
  volume={149},
  pages={48 - 54}
}
RUSI JOURNAL DECEMBER 2004 Introduction The Defence Medical Education and Training Agency (DMETA) was set up in April 2003 to bring together all the organizations involved in training and continuous professional development of personnel in the Defence Medical Services (DMS). This reflects wider work within the Ministry of Defence to take a 'Defence' rather than 'Single Service' approach to training within the armed forces to improve efficiency and effectiveness. DMETA has two training delivery… Expand
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