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Big changes for medical education in Europe.(Medics worldwide: news from the IFMSA)(Brief Article)
April 1, 2004... The Bologna process is moving to harmonise higher education across Europe, increasing student mobility for Europeans and non-Europeans. But hardly anyone has considered the effect that the reforms could have on medical education. This July, a meeting coordinated by the IFMSA and the...
Medical students in Africa.(Medics worldwide: news from the IFMSA)(Obafemi Awolowo University)(Brief Article)
April 1, 2004... Last month saw an important meeting of African medical student leaders hosted by students from Obafemi Awolowo University in Nigeria. The theme of the meeting was "Consolidating our efforts for a better African medical student movement?" Participants considered the major challenges that...
Why do doctors use treatments that do not work? Jenny Doust and Chris Del Mar argue that doctors use treatments for many reasons--including their inability to stand idle and do nothing.(editorials)
April 1, 2004... One of the surprising things about James Lind's celebrated trial of citrus fruit for scurvy was not just that he ignored the evidence from his own trial but that in clinical practice he continued to advocate treatments that he himself had found ineffective, including those containing...
What's new in the studentBMJ: The studentBMJ is changing in line with its readership and developments in medical education.(editorials)(Editorial)
April 1, 2004... Starting this month the studentBMJ and studentbmj.com have changed their content to reflect our growing international audience and the changing face of medical education. The internet now plays an important part in education and medical students increasingly have options to work abroad and...
All change.(editor's choice)(Editorial)
April 1, 2004... Ten new states join the European Union in May prompting fears about the accessions' impact on health care. Some people think that there will be an influx of people to the United Kingdom from these countries, leaving a deficit of doctors there and creating a badly trained workforce with poor...