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Characteristics of undergraduate Education in Biomedical Specialty in Australia and its implications for Health Inspection Education

Neeraj Dragutin Kumar, Erica Kazemi

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Under the request of the global internationalization process, the various specialties in the field of medicine in our country have carried out many kinds of exploration of international medical talents training. However, the application of cross-cultivation of laboratory medicine and other related fields in undergraduate education is still in the exploratory stage. This paper, taking Biomedical Specialty of Deacon University in Australia as an example, compares and analyzes the educational system of this specialty. The characteristics of teaching methods, educational contents and hardware and software facilities and the differences between the teaching methods and the health inspection specialty in China. Understanding these differences will undoubtedly promote the internationalization process of medical students' education, and then promote health examination in China. The development of empirical education.


Health test; biomedicine; higher education

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