Caribbean Medical Schools Offer Many Public Services

What comes to mind when you hear the words “School of Medicine”? Many people consider the educational activities of graduate institutions. Yet unlike some purely academic departments, university programs responsible for training doctors also usually provide certain vital community services. They possess a practical professional mission in addition to an intellectual one.


Of course, Caribbean Medical Schools do educate medical students, interns and residents. Typically, physician training today involves both extensive classroom and laboratory experience, and also practical hands-on learning.

During the first two years of their professional education, many doctors attend formal classes in large lecture halls. They review basic information and study topics such as Anatomy, Pathology and Pharmacology in depth. Rigorous testing promotes high standards.

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