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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1979-1980-133

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Faculties and Courses of Study 141 Undergraduate Courses ADMISSION OF STUDENTS Details of the procedure to be followed by students seeking admission to undergraduate courses are given on page 79 The selection of candidates for admission to the Faculty of Medical Science of King's College is conducted in conjunction with the medical schools of its two associated hospitals King's College Hospital and Westminster Hospital Full conditions of entry are set out in the General Prospectus of Undergraduate Courses avadable from the Registrar COURSES AVAILABLE BASIC MEDICAL SCIENCES AND PHARMACOLOGY new course has recendy been introduced The changes have resulted from the restructuring of the Medical degree regulations in the Univer- sity of London The College has adopted school-sponsored course incorporating the new requirements of the University and after bearing in mind the results of several recent enquiries into medical education The two Medical schools with which King's CoUege is closely associ- ated have been consulted throughout Significant alterations have been made in the time spent on the traditional subjects of Anatomy Bio- chemistry Physiology and Pharmacology At the same time new subject areas have been introduced namely Biometry and Medical Statistics Genetics Psychology and Sociology An introductory course in Pathology has also been introduced leading to separate course examination In restructuring the course in Basic Medical Sciences and Pharmacology the major emphasis has been given to an endeavour to produce the maximum integration of teaching between disciplines School-based University examinations are held at the end of the third and sixth terms Stage and Stage II respectively In-course assessment how- ever plays significant part in determining student competence After completing the Stage Ī  examinations successful candidates proceed to their clinical training at one of the foUowing hospital medical schools King's CoUege Hospital Medical School Denmark HiU London SE5 8RX Westminster Medical School Horseferry Road London SW1
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