Author: Medical Education England Publication Year: 2012

Summary: This Review looks in detail at the MEE achievements and successes over the last three and a half years. Description: The Medical Education England (MEE) was established following Professor Sir John Tooke’s report Aspiring to Excellence. Sir Tooke envisaged a new body for medical education and training that could act as the professional interface between policy development and implementation.
Since being established in 2009 the role of MEE has been to provide Ministers with independent expert advice on education, training and workforce planning for doctors, dentists, healthcare scientists and pharmacists, with the ultimate aim of supporting the drive for excellence in patient care.
This Review looks in detail at the MEE achievements and successes over the last three and a half years.

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