Medical Education and Public Health

The medical schools critically evaluate their curricula in order to nurture their physicians equipped to meet the needs of an evolving society. Recently, medical educators have been charged to enhance the emphasis on prevention, care of populations, public health, and community medicine. Joint ventures and collaborations with various organizations and community physicians ensure that medical students learn how to apply knowledge and skills acquired through the course of their studies to public health research in various settings; the fundamental knowledge of community engagement, collaboration, and service-based practice; and how to address the different needs of patient subgroups and populations. These programs provide opportunities for students to be active participants in community capacity building while reaching the specific competencies in public health sector.

 

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