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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1974-1975-138

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Faculties and Courses of Study 47 content quite unrecognisable to the predecessors of the student of today For these reasons significant alterations are being made in the time spent on Anatomy Biochemistry Pharmacology and Physiology and much thought given to the integration of the content of these subjects The major change is the length of the course which is now extended from five to six terms While it is true that no less than five new subjects appear in the time-table it may be claimed that four of these Biometry and Medical Statistics Genetics Psychology and Socio- logy represent formalising of elements of teaching which had already been introduced into the existing curriculum The fifth subject con- cerns those aspects of Pathology which may be suitably introduced at this stage It is hoped that the introduction of the new course now called Basic Medical Sciences and Pharmacology will be an initial step in making the second course more flexible and allowing increasing integration with courses taught in the School of Biological Sciences After completing the second course candidates who are successful in the second examination for Medical Degrees proceed to their clinical training at one of the following hospital medical schools King's College Hospital Medical School Denmark Hill London SE5 St George's Hospital Medical School Hyde Park Corner London SW1 Westminster Medical School Horseferry Road London SWi SECOND COURSE The course of study for the second examination for the degree of Bachelor of Dental Surgery normally extends over three terms The subjects studied are Anatomy Physiology and Biochemistry and particularly the aspects of these subjects relevant to Dentistry Students successful at the examination held after three terms proceed for their clinical training to King's College Hospital Dental School Denmark Hill London SE5 Unsuccessful students are allowed second attempt after period of six months If they fail at this time they are required to withdraw from the College
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