Syndicate content

Add new comment

The political dimension of medical education reform cannot be underestimated as you indicate. It is indeed imperative to ensure the active participation of the different stakeholders, particularly of professors, in defining and implementing the process of change. The latter observation is of utmost importance for example to ensure that curriculum change is accepted and sustained. And twining arrangements with other teaching centers and with specialists "who have done it" help pave the way--a peer to peer partnership.