A new series explores contemporary issues shaping medical school education
Educating our future doctors has never before been such a high-stakes activity. The explosion of medical knowledge, new models of health care delivery, workforce imperatives and demands for greater social accountability are changing educational practice at an international level. Over the past decade, Australian medical schools have been at the forefront of many of these changes, as educators seek to consolidate our reputation as a provider of high-quality medical education.
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