To the Editor: Since graduating from medical school in 2004, I have dutifully read the Medical Journal of Australia. I was initially intrigued to read sporadic letters to the Editor in which authors, when commenting on current issues in medical education and clinical practice, referred to what happened “in our day”. Topics have included anatomy (eg, dissections), Latin and Greek lessons, teaching methods and hours worked.
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