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Combined-degree programs: a valuable alternative for motivated students who choose medicine early.

Olson SW.
PMID: 1418262
Acad Med. 1992 Nov;67(11):783-4. doi: 10.1097/00001888-199211000-00017.

The author reviews the history and philosophy of combined-degree programs and summarizes research on the performances of students in these programs. He notes that about one-fifth of U.S. medical schools offer programs that integrate premedical and medical school studies...

A computer-based information access and management system for students.

Parks LH, Minns GO, Manning RT.
PMID: 1497777
Acad Med. 1992 Aug;67(8):505-6. doi: 10.1097/00001888-199208000-00004.

No abstract available.

A new problem-solving curriculum.

Iatridis PG.
PMID: 1497780
Acad Med. 1992 Aug;67(8):520. doi: 10.1097/00001888-199208000-00007.

No abstract available.

Time allocation of students in basic clinical clerkships in a traditional curriculum.

Cook RL, Noecker RJ, Suits GW.
PMID: 1558606
Acad Med. 1992 Apr;67(4):279-81. doi: 10.1097/00001888-199204000-00020.

The objective of this study was to determine the amounts of time spent in various activities by medical students enrolled in basic clinical clerkships. In the fall of 1989, 80 third-year students at the University of North Carolina at...

All that is solid melts into air--the implications of community based undergraduate medical education.

Iliffe S.
PMID: 1457177
Br J Gen Pract. 1992 Sep;42(362):390-3.
Free PMC Article

No abstract available.

A first-year medical school pilot program for early clinical exposure.

Nathanson L, Backer K, Long L.
PMID: 3274969
J Cancer Educ. 1987;2(2):107-11. doi: 10.1080/08858198709527868.

A weekly out-patient elective in a medical oncology clinic was established for first- and some second-year medical students. Interviews were carried out immediately after the elective experience and two years later to evaluate the degree of success in achieving...

Design, implementation, and evaluation of a longitudinal cancer curriculum.

Costanza ME, Gaw VP.
PMID: 3274978
J Cancer Educ. 1987;2(4):217-23. doi: 10.1080/08858198709527890.

The University of Massachusetts Medical School's two year preclinical curriculum is organized by organ system and controlled by the basic science departments. It is followed by two years of required and elective clinical clerkships. An evaluation of cancer teaching...

An integrated oncology course for second year medical students.

Luedke DW, Davis JW, Grobman HG.
PMID: 3274974
J Cancer Educ. 1987;2(3):153-8. doi: 10.1080/08858198709527876.

A required course for second year medical students explores an integrated approach to the patient with cancer. Lectures detail the role of each medical discipline in the management of cancer. Panel discussions illustrate the cooperation necessary between clinical specialties...

[Teaching of psychiatry for undergraduates].

Davanzo H.
PMID: 1341828
Rev Med Chil. 1992 Jul;120(7):816-21.

This paper postulates that Psychiatry does not fit in the group of the so called medical specialties. It should rather be recognized as a 5th basic clinical discipline if the graduating general practitioner is to cope effectively with the...

[Self-teaching unit of parasitology (author's transl)].

Schenone H, Sanhueza H, Alfaro E, Quiroz M, Ramírez R, Roi R.
PMID: 4420435
Bol Chil Parasitol. 1974 Jan-Mar;29(1):37-8.

No abstract available.

The acute care theater conference.

Horwitz RJ, Christiansen RG, Rogers C.
PMID: 2069651
Acad Med. 1991 Jun;66(6):321-2. doi: 10.1097/00001888-199106000-00004.

No abstract available.

The new pathway in general medical education at Harvard Medical School.

Leeder SR.
PMID: 1745160
Med J Aust. 1991 Dec 2-16;155(11):740-3. doi: 10.5694/j.1326-5377.1991.tb94023.x.

No abstract available.

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