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|Title:||Opinions of Uludag-University Medical-Schools research assistants about the teaching of basic medical sciences|
|Authors:||Uludağ Üniversitesi/Tıp Fakültesi/Biyokimya Anabilim Dalı.|
Güler, Asuman H.
|Keywords:||Education & educational research|
Biochemistry & molecular biology
|Citation:||Dirican, M. ve Güler, A. H. (1995). ''Opinions of Uludag-University Medical-Schools research assistants about the teaching of basic medical sciences''. Biochemical Education, 23(2), 77-78.|
|Abstract:||Research Assistants were interviewed to obtain their opinions about undergraduate teaching of the basic medical sciences in Turkish medical schools. Most of them said that Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Biostatistic, Biophysics and Genetics should be taught in the first year, while Physiology, Anatomy and Histology should be taught in the second year. In regard to Biochemistry, opinions were almost equally distributed whether it was taught in the first or second or first, second and third years. Two-fifths of the assistants said that Microbiology courses should be given in the second year, and the remaining three-fifths suggested that it would be better if it is given in the second and third years.|
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