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Medical students' contribution as a refining tool for the conventional educational system

 Third Year Medical Student, Faculty of Medicine, Helwan University, Cairo, Egypt

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Omar Ahmed Atia,
8th Settlement, Postal Code: 11762, Nasr City, Cairo,
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Source of Support: None, Conflict of Interest: None

DOI: 10.4103/JMAU.JMAU_75_20

One of the most important things that accentuate an institution's greater advancement is its pursuit of change. Student contribution has been advocated for by many well-standing universities and has proven a better approach and a more refined way of an exuberant advancement both academically and personally. This article highlights how such contribution can be administered using novel approaches while preserving the main guidelines for graduating not only health-care providers but also researchers and life-long learners. The new prospect of students as beneficial assets provides an educational institution with valuable creative ideas, eye sights that can detect points of possible reform in the educational system, and another significant voice to the making of future decisions. The faculty has successfully been able to apply certain characteristics-self-independence, new rational scope, practical and tutoring skills-to undergraduates through peer-to-peer learning technique, medical poster presentation skills, and case-based learning manner.

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