The paper traces the development of programmes of lectures and symposia in most British medical schools, which have developed into a postgraduate programme of research and publication. It is asserted that a morally neutral approach is a necessary prerequisite for wide multidisciplinary involvement, as is a high level of student participation in identifying topics for discussion. Alternative possibilities for formal teaching are discussed and pitfalls highlighted.
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