Journal: Perspectives in Medical Education Author: John Vergel, Diana Stentoft, Juny Montoya Publication Date: Apr 2017 Page Numbers: 1-10
Description: Curriculum integration is widely discussed in medical education but remains ill defined. Although there is plenty of information on logistical aspects of curriculum integration, little attention has been paid to the contextual issues that emerge from its practice and may complicate students’ knowledge integration. Therefore, we aimed to uncover how curriculum integration is manifested through context.
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