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Reflective medical electives in a developed country: Perspective of a final year student from a developing country

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Wafaa Binti Mowlabaccus

University of Mauritius, MU
About Wafaa
Wafaa Mowlabaccus is a currently a final year medical student studying Doctor of Medicine from the University of Mauritius in affiliation with the University of Geneva. She received a Bachelor degree in Medicine and a Masters degree in Medicine from the University of Mauritius. She was also in the dean list of Merits of her university for the year 2015/2016 for her outstanding results. While she is very much involved in peer teaching, she also like to volunteer in the organization of medical related workshops at her University. It is worthwhile to mention that she was an executive member of the Medical Student Society of the University of Mauritius for 2 years. Her long term goal is to become an accomplished doctor and serve the humanity to the best of her capabilities.
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How to Cite: Mowlabaccus WB. Reflective medical electives in a developed country: Perspective of a final year student from a developing country. The British Student Doctor Journal. 2020;4(2):66–8. DOI: http://doi.org/10.18573/bsdj.145
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Published on 30 Jun 2020.
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