Public medical education in China and India has a long history that has been both intensely

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Public medical education in China and India has a long history that has been both intensely responsive to the exclusive needs and medical customs of each country, and sensitive to global influences [1]. Medical education is the foundation for the establishment of a good health care system. Medical schools are making major changes in the structure and organization of the curriculum, adopting innovative pedagogical strategies for enhancing students learning, improving the methods used to assess students' performance, and focusing better consideration on the professional development of faculty as teachers and educators. Based on these remarks, it is obvious that a major transformation is now under way in the education of medical students.…show more content…
Programs and curriculums try to gain people’s enthusiasm for learning and help people gain skills for self-awareness, self-directed learning and professional development [3].

Health education improves the health status of individuals, communities, states and the nation. It develops the eminence of life for all people and reduces costly premature deaths and disability. Learning opportunities help students and doctors to explore knowledge, exposure to a diverse patient population, flexible scheduling, and excellent clinical facilities in both the private and the public sectors related to health promotion, chronic disease management, primary prevention and primary care.

Medical students can able to pursue a variety of improving, research, and clinical experiences in universal health. Documenting the relationship between education and patient outcomes represents one of the biggest challenges and greatest opportunities in medical education research.
CURRENT CHALLENGES IN MEDICAL EDUCATION
Medical education faces several important challenges [4]. Some are identified by conducting extensive researches on the education system, the curriculum, assessment, quality of the faculties, technology, student happiness, etc. There are very few researches shown and even fewer researchers. Improving research standards in medical education are another challenge, it suggests that high excellence, applicable research requires more interdisciplinary association.

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