New medical schools target lower-income entrants

Two new medical schools are to be set up, based at Brighton and Sussex Universities and Hull and York Universities. In all 1,033 additional medical school places are being created in England, with emphasis on recruiting students from middle and lower-income families.There will also be greater emphasis on interprofessional training ...

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