Tissue pathology in undergraduate medical education: atrophy or evolution?

@article{Mattick2004TissuePI,
  title={Tissue pathology in undergraduate medical education: atrophy or evolution?},
  author={Karen L Mattick and Rob Marshall and John Bligh},
  journal={The Journal of pathology},
  year={2004},
  volume={203 4},
  pages={871-6}
}
Changes are occurring in undergraduate medical curricula and there is limited published information about how contemporary tissue pathology is taught. The aim of this study was to collect information on this topic and to invite expert opinion about best teaching practice. A postal questionnaire survey of medical schools in the UK was performed, with a response rate of 23/28 schools (82%). The two most striking findings were the variation in teaching and learning strategies between schools and… CONTINUE READING