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Guiding principles for successful innovation in regional medical education development

Submitted: 18 November 2005
Revised: 21 December 2005
Published: 24 January 2006

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Author(s) : Hays RB.

Richard Hays

Citation: Hays RB.  Guiding principles for successful innovation in regional medical education development. Rural and Remote Health 6: 516. (Online) 2006. Available: http://www.rrh.org.au

ABSTRACT

This is an era of extraordinary expansion in medical education in both the developed and developing world. This article reflects on the authorís experience in implementing new regional medical education programs, and distils ten principles to guide successful innovation once funding for such development has been achieved.

Key words: regional medical education.

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