Trends in North American medical education.

@article{Baum2005TrendsIN,
  title={Trends in North American medical education.},
  author={Karyn D. Baum and Sara A Axtell},
  journal={The Keio journal of medicine},
  year={2005},
  volume={54 1},
  pages={
          22-8
        }
}
Medical education in the United States of America (USA), and worldwide, is increasingly concentrating on the process and outcome of the educational experience. The first efforts to substantially improve medical education in the USA resulted in the Flexner Report in the early 1900s. The release of this report led to significant advancements in the quality of curriculum content. However, in the past few decades there has been increasing realization that delivery of content will not, by itself… CONTINUE READING

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