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Dr. Wallace R. Wooles, Dean of the East Carolina University School of Medicine, describes what a medical school really is, what makes it tick, and what its components are.
In 1971, the North Carolina General Assembly authorized a one-year medical program at East Carolina University. Dr. Wallace R. Wooles, Dean of the East Carolina University School of Medicine, presents the case for expanding the school to a two-year program.
Wooles’ companion piece to “The Possible Dream” echoed many of the same assertions contained in Moore’s article. However, there were two distinctive features in Wooles’ article. One was defining what a medical school is. The other was how it prepares medical students for the profession in term of knowledge and clinical training.