Keywords:medical education, global training, editorial
As medical and health education becomes increasingly globalized, we have unique and exciting opportunities to benefit from judicious use of technology-based pedagogy and to carefully evaluate its transformative potential for changing healthcare for many generations to come. The world's population is becoming less restricted by individual country borders, and healthcare professionals have more freedom to choose appropriate opportunities for practice in their fields; consequently, training has a global mandate to be easily accessed and be of consistently high standards across the globe, with technology the great equalizer.
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