Medical Education and the Duty to Question

This piece, described by one of my tutors when he saw it as a cris de coeur, was a frustrated response to the fact that a) I saw an attitude developing around me at clinical school that we should not question what was happening until we had more “authority” and, b) that there was a very poor response to questionnaires we sent out to fellow students and an even worse response to invitations to attend meetings to discuss the medical school curriculum. I was already pleading the authority of the subjective.

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