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The first batch of doctors to be fully trained in the University of Development Studies and by the institution will graduate by the end of this academic year.
The university is committed to building a medical school that will be acclaimed both for the quality training it provides and the relevance of the training of its doctors to the needs of the deprived and poor rural communities of the country.
Professor Kwabena Kyei Aboagye, Vice Dean, School of Medicine and Health Science of UDS, advised students to think outside the box and make meaningful impact during and after their stay on the campus.
“The reports we receive from employers and the general public suggest that we are producing students we can be very proud of. We are not going to relent on our efforts to mould our students into well-trained scholars with a strong commitment to assisting the rural folks in finding solutions to their deprivations, environmental problems and poverty”, he said.