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[e-drug] Undergraduate Pharmacotherapy Teaching (cont'd)


  • From: Dr R K Dikshit <ramkdik@ad1.vsnl.net.in>
  • Date: Mon, 28 Feb 2000 10:44:14 -0500 (EST)

E-drug: Undergraduate Pharmacotherapy Teaching (cont'd)
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I fully agree with Dr Singh. Matter posted should be for all the
members. We all need help and guidance particularly in this country
and need it badly. Recent regulations (from MCI) are welcome but are
devoid of accurate guidelines.

With about 28 years of experience of teaching pharmacology to
medical students in India I am now afraid that this discipline (at least
in medical schools) is on the verge of a practical extinction. Reasons
have been debated time and again and everyone knows about them. I
think we need a lot of fresh air and I would wonder if it may come
from medical school teachers in developed world. Is it there?

Dr R K Dikshit, MD
Associate Professor of Pharmacology,
B J Medical College,
Ahmedabad 380 016
India
e-mail: ramkdik@ad1.vsnl.net.in

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