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|Title:||Cancer curriculum in the Asia-Pacific: opportunities and challenges in the age of globalization|
|Citation:||Asia Pacific Journal of Clinical Oncology, 2005; 1(4):109-113|
|Publisher:||Blackwell Publishing Ltd.|
|Bogda Koczwara, Michael Barton, Brendon Coventry, Jeremy Millar, Ian Olver, Sabe Sabesan, Max Schwarz|
|Abstract:||With the rising incidence and prevalence of cancer in Asia–Pacific, the need for adequate cancer education of medical graduates in the region has become particularly urgent. There are 769 medical schools across the Asia–Pacific region in 33 countries serving over 60% of the world population in very diverse socioeconomic environments. This paper discusses some of the challenges for medical education in the Asia–Pacific in light of increasing globalization of health care, including the need to develop global standards in the area of diverse resources and health care priorities. It also points out emerging opportunities including online learning, telemedicine and collaborative educational initiatives across the region.|
|Appears in Collections:||Surgery publications|
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