Modernizing medical school admission processes: a European perspective
Adam K Karlsson, Karl O Elmqvist
Faculty of Medicine, Imperial College London, London, UK
We read with keen interest the commentary by Eltorai and Daniels1 wherein they suggested a streamlining of the current US medical school admission process, through the development of a common application system called the National Medical School Matching Program (NMSMP). This, the authors argue, would not only improve the efficiency by centralizing the application process, reducing the number of futile interviews and the need for superfluous documentation, but also significantly reduce the costs to both the applicant and the medical schools.
Read the original article by Eltorai and colleagues.
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