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How is a 16/17 year old going to work out which type of Medicine degree to go for? There seem to be more Integrated courses than anything else. Can someone describe the Integrated style please...
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Integrated basically means that you learn all the theory by system rather than separate subjects. So basically instead of learning anatomy, pharmacology, physiology etc as seperate subjects, they're learnt within the context of the particular system being studied. For example, if you're studying the respiratory system, that'll encompasse anatomy, physiology etc. specific to the respiratory system. Each system is taught individually
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Integrated means different things to different people, but in general Integrated tends to be a mix of PBL and traditional, often this means clinical skills and early access to patients often in a systems based environment and sometimes with tutorials.
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