In the last two scenarios, academic medicine engaged fully with all stakeholders and focused on improving global health Global networks flourished and medical training was energized, but lack of policy. Fears fears of ‘dumbing down’hampered progress? ‘None of these scenarios come to exist, as we have described it, but the future is likely to be some elements from each of them contain,’the authors say. ‘Our greatest hope that other groups may find them useful in thinking about the present and the future of academic medicine is. We look no agreement , but wider thinking ‘.
In scenario three, the public were responsible They received specific research priorities on game shows or citizen juries and students most of their expert training patients, but scientifically. Progress has been the subject of fads and there was little regulation of health information.‘By courtesy of They , the whole Kaiser Daily HealthPolicyMonitor Reports indicate, search the archives or sign up for mail with an to Kaiser Daily Health policy coverage from strongly supports imperial network. A free service from The Henry J. Released. Kaiser Family Foundation. 2005 Advisory Board Company and Kaiser Family Foundation. All rights reserved.
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