School paper published in Japan Journal of Medicine

A paper written by Peter Davey, Evie Fioratou, Vicki Tully and Natalie Lafferty has been published in the Japan Journal of Medicine.

The paper, titled Medical Education for Healthcare improvement, recommends service-learning, where students are embedded in an inter-professional learning cohort with both academic clinical mentoring. By making service-learning a “signature pedagogy” for acquiring the habits of an improver, the paper suggests that students and doctors in training could improve the delivery of healthcare services.

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