Enhancing Social Accountability Skills in Medical Students Through Community School Projects
Keywords:Social Accountability, Community School Project, Medical Students
Social Accountability competencies for medical students are not included in the Indian medical curriculum. To practice in the community, it is imperative that graduates develop these competencies. This requires sustained interaction with the community. In this artice, we present an innovative project called, "Helping Hands Helping Minds," designed by the student wing of the UNESCO Chair in Bioethics (Haifa) to help students develop skills in social accountability through school-related projects in the community.
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