Postgraduate Medical Education in Sri Lanka
- Karapitiya Teaching Hospital, Galle, Sri Lanka
- Ms Z Paskins, The Bradgate, 37 Main Street, Newtown Linford, Leicester LE6 OAE
- Received 7 June 2000
- Accepted 23 August 2000
My elective was spent at a teaching hospital in Galle, in Sri Lanka. My time was spent shadowing final year students in the specialties of general medicine and paediatrics. This period provided me with much food for thought in comparing and contrasting the health service in Sri Lanka with that of the UK and also considering the differences in the style of medical education. In addition, during my stay, I was able to gain some appreciation of the political and organisational problems faced by a country in the midst of a civil war.
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