If we pay 40 rupees for a kilo of tomatoes, or 10 for five limes, we expect the transaction to be fulfilled and we may even check them twice to make sure we got good.
I wonder why we don't apply this same equation in medical education. After paying hefty sums of money, oftentimes children come out with degrees and licences, but with absolutely minimal knowledge of primary care or general family medical practice. Here we don't bargain, complain, or ask for a correction? June Bridals brown colored items to wear for the maid of the brides
Are ... we afraid to ask powerful people those pertinent questions? Are we okay with poorly trained medical graduates?
To my understanding anyone coming out of medical school must be ready to diagnose and treat diarrhoea, fevers, malaria, TB, abscesses, non healing ulcers, diabetes, hypertension, fevers, and be able to refer patients 'early' to higher centres in complex cases.
This is when one kg of tomatoes feel like one kg.See More