Medical student perspectives on integrated teaching within medical school
Ahmad Salha, Amir-Seena Saberi-Movahed, Syed Waqar
Faculty of Medicine, St George’s Hospital Medical School, London, UK
We read the article by Atta and AlQahtani1 with great interest and wish to contribute a medical student perspective. We understand the study’s main findings to be improved test scores and student satisfaction as a result of integrated pathology and radiology teaching. Our medical school implements a successful integrated spiral curriculum which is popular among students, so we were intrigued by the prospect of integration in these two essential areas of medical education.
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