Medical College Pakistan; Pathology and Laboratory Medicine
To determine the perception of pathology as a future career choice among medical students of a private medical school from Karachi, Pakistan. A descriptive cross-sectional study was conducted at the Aga Khan University, Karachi, Pakistan. A total of 201 students participated in this study. All Students were approached randomly to participate. A total of 201 students participant survey forms were evaluated in this study. The overall satisfaction level with pathology was observed in 61.8% ofthe students. Majority of the students understood subspecialties which were a part of clinical medicine. Over half of the students thought pathology as a specialty should be highlighted in a more integrated manner (59.2%) with a minority favouring a separate pathology rotation (11.9%). In conclusion, this study indicates that majority of students have a positive approach towards the field of pathology and favour incorporating it in an integrative way into the medical school curriculum.
JPMA. The Journal of the Pakistan Medical Association
Nizamuddin, R. N.,
Khaled, Z. N.,
Raheem, A. B.,
(2017). Perception of pathology as a future career choice among medical students from Karachi, Pakistan: Experience from a private medical school. JPMA. The Journal of the Pakistan Medical Association, 67(4), 627-629.
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