Wales' largest medical school has unveiled a new education programme designed to attract, train and retain the best doctors for the country.
Cardiff University's School of Medicine will launch a new undergraduate patient-focused curriculum to transform the way doctors are trained.
Under the new curriculum, aspiring doctors will visit patients at home and learn about clinical consulting from GP tutors in their surgeries.
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