Experiences of Phase 1 students of MBBS course regarding motorcar accidents

Abstract

Road traffic accidents and injuries is a major social problem among university students all over the world. It is a third cause of admission and fifth cause of death in Malaysian government hospitals as of today [1]. Majority of road traffic accidents related deaths and disabilities are seen in teenagers attending various universities in the country. Road traffic incidents indicate a loss in potential healthy years of life and socially affect not only student’s family but also have an impact on national productivity. This study was done to know the experiences of phase 1 students of Newcastle University regarding motorcar accidents.

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Hasamnis AA, Patil SP

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Hasamnis AA, Patil SP (2013). Experiences of Phase 1 students of MBBS course regarding motorcar accidents. International Journal of Pharmaceutical and Medicinal Reserach, 1(2), -. https://europub.co.uk/articles/-A-31452