A Reflection and Comparison of Physician Training in the United States of America and United Kingdom

  • Rohit S. Aiyer University of Birmingham Medical School, Birmingham, England, UK.
Keywords: Medical student, experience, United States, United Kingdom, Medical education

Abstract

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Published
2013-04-30
How to Cite
Aiyer, R. S. (2013). A Reflection and Comparison of Physician Training in the United States of America and United Kingdom. International Journal of Medical Students, 1(1), 48-50. https://doi.org/10.5195/ijms.2013.33
Section
Experience