Global trends in quality assurance in medical education: implications and challenges to medical education in Sudan

Zein A Karrar

Abstract


The aim of this paper is to overview the concepts and global trends of quality assurance in medical education through accreditation systems based on internationally embraced standards, the efforts to have an oversight
process of quality at global level while maintaining a frm commitment to the position that accreditation is a national matter requiring adaptation of the generic global standards to the national context. It also provides
an update on international registries of medical schools

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