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Journal:   IRANIAN JOURNAL OF MEDICAL EDUCATION   FALL 2001 , Volume 1 , Number 2 (2); Page(s) 17 To 22.
 
Paper: 

GLOBAL DEMANDS ON MEDICAL EDUCATION THE CASE OF IRAN

 
 
Author(s):  WALTON H.*
 
* World Federation for Medical Education, University of Edinburgh
 
Abstract: 
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World action in medical education, notably the global programs of the World Federation for Medical Education, the Edinburgh Declaration of 1988 and the 1993 World Summit, has led to major curricular change in medical schools. For educational reform to result in improved health services of nations, an essential requirement is integration between the medical education system and the health care delivery systems of countries.
Particular countries have been viewed as models of such integration: Cuba, Thailand and latterly Iran. The Iranian system of integration between the health care services and the health education sector, regarded as a model for other countries, is of the greatest interest internationally. The progress of the Iran initiative is watched with keen attention by medical educators and health care managers worldwide. This interest requires that Iranian medical education projects and experiments be reported in the world literature, and for facilitation of visits through the fostering of international cooperation. Iran is expected to contribute significantly by example to the global movement now taking place.

 
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