International Handbook of Medical Education

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educational paradigm to include more emphasis on population-based medicine and preventive care; 3) the need to conduct more of clinical training in ambulatory and community sites, and less in tertiary care hospitals; 4) the need to develop more active methods for learning and to integrate advances in information technology into that process; and 5) the need to develop a stable and sensible approach to the financing of medical education.


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