A suggested clinical medicine curriculum systems

【Author】

Donghui Luo Department of internal neurology of the First Affiliated Hospital Xinjiang medical university, Urumchi, 830054, China Kun Luo Department of neurosurgery of the First Affiliated Hospital Xinjiang medical university, Urumchi, 830054, China

【Abstract】

A complete and perfect curriculum system is essential in improving quality of clinical medicine students and promoting national medical level. In 2001, "global minimum essential requirements (GMER)" was suggested for undergraduate medical students. In this paper, some flaws of the medical curriculum system in China are pointed out through considering GMER as a standard. Also, we suggested an alternative curriculum system for seven-year clinical medical students, which will provide a reference in setting clinical medicine curriculum system.

【Keywords】

medical curriculum. global minimum essential requirements. clinical medicine

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