Still room for improvement in doctor training in china

In a review of the nation’s 1998 medical education reforms, the authors noted several positive impacts including an increase in the number of medical graduates and priority given to GP training, particularly in rural areas.

However, there were a number of accompanying concerns including a rise in the entry of students who were not pursuing medicine as a first career choice and an outdated curriculum still focused on biomedicine and clinical practice.

Growing reports of violence against health professionals, possibly fuelled