The teaching of dermatology to Canadian undergraduates in the mid-1980s

J B Ross
Medical Teacher 1989, 11 (1): 87-91
The Canadian Association of Professors of Dermatology (CAPD) has approved new goals, objectives, and a core curriculum for Canadian undergraduate dermatology teaching. This followed a survey by mailed questionnaire of the 16 Canadian medical schools. The previous core curriculum approved by the Canadian Dermatological Association (CDA) was modified and received additions. This paper draws attention to the prevalence of dermatology problems in clinical practice, shows the reported state of dermatology teaching in 16 Canadian schools in the mid-1980s, and tabulates goals, objectives, and a core curriculum.

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