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From the 2008 Annual LCME Medical School Questionnaires Part II,
For each of the following topics within the general subject area of clinical prevention and population health, indicate if it is taught in one or more required courses and/or if it is taught in elective courses and the total number of hours devoted to the topic in required courses. “Teaching” includes required lectures, small group discussion, laboratory, computer-assisted instruction, or other instructional formats that involved students, but does not include one-to-one discussions with an individual student during, for example, teaching rounds.
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The Liaison Committee on Medical Education (LCME) Annual Medical School Questionnaire is fielded annually to all accredited medical schools in the United States that grant the M.D. degree. Overall response rates to the survey are 100%, and the response rate for the question used for this subobjective is typically 100%.
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