International Handbook of Medical Education

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to maintaining health but the trend toward partnership that is being forged augurs well for medical education and the health care system for the next century. Of special importance is the increasing emphasis on humanization of care and interpersonal skills. However, reforms can only progress with commitment from teachers, administrators and policy makers.


NOTE

I wish to thank Professor S.T Teoh, Dean of the Faculty of Medicine, UM, for providing the necessary data and for reading the manuscript; Dr Rogayah Jaafar for providing and checking data on USM and Dr. Edariah Abu Bakar for her useful comments.


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