The Association of American Medical Colleges on Tuesday released new guidelines on the skills and knowledge that medical students should have by the time they graduate and start their residencies. Darrell G. Kirch, president of the association, said in a statement that "these guidelines take medical education from the theoretical to the practical as students think about some of the real-life professional activities they will be performing as physicians."
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