DAUK members “voted unanimously” to oppose the proposal for medical doctor degree apprenticeships, reports BMJ

The BMJ has reported on the medical doctor degree apprenticeship programme launching in 2023. The BMJ says the proposal is not without critic and notes that the members of DAUK voted unanimously to oppose this. 

The BMJ also quoted Penelope Sucharitkul, DAUK Editorial Lead,  who said the the main concerns were of “learning on placements (overcrowding and the qualities of these), workload for universities, training bottlenecks, funding for both the new course and the existing course, and concerns that this qualification will not be recognised outside the UK.”

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