Peace through health II: a framework for medical student education.

@article{Arya2004PeaceTH,
  title={Peace through health II: a framework for medical student education.},
  author={Neil Arya},
  journal={Medicine, conflict, and survival},
  year={2004},
  volume={20 3},
  pages={258-62}
}
  • Neil Arya
  • Published 2004 in Medicine, conflict, and survival
The world's first university course in Peace through Health (PtH) recently finished at McMaster University, Hamilton, Canada. Medical students and academic staff in Canada and Europe have expressed interest in developing this course for other medical schools. Seven medical students were selected to do an unofficial 'audit' in return for 'in kind' work, developing the course materials for the web and adaptation to the medical curriculum. This article sets out the goals and structure of the… CONTINUE READING

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