Health, Medical, Education, Physician, Teacher, School
Sarwar, Muhammad Haroon
Sarwar, Muhammad Farhan
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Worldwide the health of all individuals is a human right and medical education provides an economical forum for peoples to build a healthy community anywhere. This publication furnishes a general idea of medical education and has highlighted learning activities and perspectives that can contribute to the development of medical learning. These curriculums respond to the growing recognition of medical education pathways within medical training, and a need to devote in the future of medical education and medical schools by developing educators and educational leaders. It proposes to train graduates to become educators of tomorrow, not only skilled and reflective teachers, but also with hope of those who can turn into further extremely involved with medical schools of the future, their lessons and their courses. Entrance to appropriate health care is frequently complicated for persons living in rural regions because of an extensive scarcity of suitably educated local, rural health-care workers, and the distance, time and cost of traveling to larger urban health centers. This scarcity is owing to a lot of factors including medical education, health system, practice conditions, regulatory, community, personal, family and financial considerations. For developing a sufficient and sustainable rural physician workforce, it necessitates commitment and cooperation from communities, governments and medical schools. Medical schools ought to manage under a social liability framework that consists of accountability to their regions.