2 edition of Medical education in Britain. found in the catalog.
Medical education in Britain.
R. Milnes Walker
1965 by Nuffield Provincial Hospitals Trust .
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Medical education in the UK is wide and diverse. On average, undergraduate courses last between 4 and 6 years. After their undergraduate training, newly qualified doctors undergo 2 years of foundation programme training before choosing a specialty.
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It established the General Medical Council, which thenceforth controlled admission to the medical register and thus had great powers over medical education and examinations. In the United Kingdom, medical school generally refers to a department within a university which is involved in the education of future medical leading British medical schools are state-funded and their core purpose is to train doctors on behalf of the National Health s generally last Four to six years: two years of pre-clinical training in an academic.
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