Uncertainties for deans and students

October 1980
British Medical Journal;10/11/1980, Vol. 281 Issue 6246, p993
Academic Journal
Discusses the uncertainties of success in both deans and students of medical schools in Great Britain. Consideration of calibre students by schools; Issues on the subjects offered; Effects of organizational changes to the Health Service.


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