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Literary appreciation for medical students at International Medical University, Kuala Lumpur: the learner’s experience
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    Reflection depends on culture as much as on language

    Dear Editor

    I read this article with great interest, as it relates closely to my own practice teaching final year students in the Middle East. An important outcome of our family medicine clerkship in the UAE is the ability to reflect - upon oneself, one's patients and the healthcare system within which the students work.

    Many students find this type of analysis difficult. Part of this may be related to...

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