Needed: A New Way to Train Doctors

@inproceedings{Bok1989NeededAN,
  title={Needed: A New Way to Train Doctors},
  author={Derek C. Bok},
  year={1989}
}
In May 1983, at its final meeting of the year, the Harvard Faculty of Medicine gave its approval to the dean and a group of professors to create an experimental curriculum. Limited at first to 25 students per year, this program has now been incorporated in the core curriculum. The initiative may well be Harvard’s most impressive innovation of the 1980s. Instead of merely tinkering with course requirements or shifting hours of instruction from one subject to another, the authors of the program… CONTINUE READING

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