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|Title:||Medical Council of India's new competency-based curriculum for medical graduates: a critical appraisal.|
|Author:||Jacob, K. S.|
|Publication Title:||Indian Journal of Psychological Medicine|
|Abstract:||The Medical Council of India (MCI)'s new competency-based curriculum for medical graduates is a major landmark for medical education in India; it represents a paradigm shift. The Council's attempt to modernize medical education is laudable and in keeping with recent global trends.,, This editorial attempts to highlight the new curriculum, foregrounds the problems related to the mental health service delivery in the country, critically examines the new curriculum and its application to the Indian context, discusses its advantages and limitations, and suggests future directions|
|Internal ID Number:||01352|
|Health Subject:||MENTAL HEALTH SERVICE DELIVERY|
|Appears in Collections:||Research Output|
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