"Exporting" medical education
Keywords:Medical education, contextualization, learning styles, professionalism, corruption, medical ethics, paternalism, neo-colonialism
AbstractA commentary on four reports of the pre-conference on medical education in low and middle income countries and efforts by mainly North American physicians to provide assistance held November, 2015. The authors address issues of participatory learning and developing critical thinking; mutual learning and leadership; and professionalism and ethics in medical education.
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