Report on the existence and value of elective periods in British medical schools.

by M. W Casewell

Publisher: British Medical Students" Association] in [London

Written in English
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ContributionsBritish Medical Students" Association
LC ClassificationsR772 A6 C3
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Number of Pages40
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months prior to the start of each block (Blocks start September, January and April) Applications open online months before the start date for each block. You should: Complete and submit Part 1 of the application form (personal details and elective preferences) via the link on the website; make an online payment of the non-refundable initial processing fee (£) via UCL Online.

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