Lack of integration of medical education in Australia: the need for change.

  title={Lack of integration of medical education in Australia: the need for change.},
  author={Barry Patrick McGrath and Ian S. Graham and Brendan J Crotty and Brian C. Jolly},
  journal={The Medical journal of Australia},
  volume={184 7},
The lack of cohesion across health and education sections and national and state jurisdictions is counterproductive to effective national policies in medical education and training. Existing systems in Australia for medical education and training lack coordination, and are under resourced and under pressure. There is a need for a coordinated national approach to assessment of international medical graduates, and for meeting their education and training needs. The links between prevocational and… CONTINUE READING
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