Medical education in Nigeria

International Journal

Medical Teacher 29, 9 & 10 November 2007 Nov 22, 2007

Nigeria is the most populated black African nation, with a population of 140 million from the 2006 population census. Medical education began with the establishment of the University College Hospital, Ibadan as a College branch of the University of London in 1948. Since then four generations of medical schools have evolved. The newer medical schools adopted the curriculum of the older schools with little modification. The subsequent introduction of changes and modification in the curriculum of m

Author
Muuta Ibrahim

Region
West Africa

Country
Nigeria

Topic
Innovation
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