Enlighten, Empower and Engage

John Anthony Dent

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How can we enlighten and empower our undergraduate medical students to present informed contributions as they engage with faculty in curriculum review?  The SPICES model of educational strategies provides an example of a means by which students can acquire the knowledge and vocabulary required.


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