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(Original post by jonnyofengland)
A course which gives you a thorough knowledge of medicine before unleashing you on a patient. So there tends to not be many placements in hospitals or surgeries for the first couple of years, but it is usually made up for it at the end (because you don't have to do so many lectures). Is this right or am I being an idiot and barking up the wrong tree completely?

more to do wif focusing on basic medical sciences (lecturer knowledge) rather than applied clinical knowledge (what you need for the job as a doctor).
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