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Table Of Contents

Preface
Introduction
1. Who Drops Out of Premed, and Why?
2. The Historical Origins of Premedical Education in the United States, 1873– 1905
3. A National Standard for Premedical Education
4. Premedical Education and the Prediction of Professional Performance
5. Noncognitive Factors That Predict Professional Performance
6. Efforts to Increase the Diversity of the Medical Profession
7. Nontraditional Programs of Medical Education and Their Success in Training Qualified Physicians
8. Reassessing the Premedical Paradigm
9. Another Way to Structure Premedical Education
Notes
Index

Questioning the Premedical Paradigm
Enhancing Diversity in the Medical Profession a Century after the Flexner Report
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Publication Date: 5 Apr 2010
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Page Count: 240 pages
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ISBN: 9780801894169