Erasmus Medical Students Experience and Primary Care on Crete island: Narrative Views and Reflections

International electives and exchange programs for medical students have been criticized, underlining that they may offer interesting experiences for the students with little in return for the host community . These experiences also come with some acknowledged risks for both the students and host institution , and can place a strain on host staff and patients, particularly when language and cultural differences are significant. Are there potential benefits for both students and host community that could mitigate these concerns?

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Erasmus Medical Students Experience and Primary Care on Crete island: Narrative Views and Reflections

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