Medical students’ perspective on using the Train the Trainer model to improve cultural competence training during the clerkship years of medical education
Asfa S Hussain,1 Meena L Zareie-Ghotbabadi,1 Ibrahim J Hussain2
1Second Faculty of Medicine, English Division, Medical University of Warsaw, Warsaw, Poland; 2Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, Medical School, Queen’s Medical Center, University of Nottingham, Nottingham, England
The article by Anderson and Vanderbilt,1 on improving cultural competence (CC) training in medical schools during clerkship years was read with great interest. We agree that CC is not adequately taught in the current medical curricula. As European medical students we have noticed that this issue is also existent in Europe,2 and would like to offer our suggestion on how to implement this into the existing curriculum.
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