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Medical education reconsidered
|Statement||by Oliver Copeand Jerrold Zacharias.|
|Contributions||Zacharias, Jerrold., Endicott House Summer Study on Medical Education (1965)|
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Medical education reconsidered; report of the Endicott House summer study on medical education, Julyby Oliver Cope and Jerrold Zacharias. [Oliver Cope; Jerrold Zacharias; National Institutes of Health (U.S.)]. Excerpt Summary of the present state of medical education, with proposed remedies; outlines and rationalizations of four curricular plans; relation of premedical education to medical.
Summary of the present state of medical education, with proposed remedies; outlines and rationalizations of four curricular plans; relation of premedical education to medical curricula.
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