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This is the second of 2 articles on the UK's new surgical curriculum. The first article described the UK curriculum initiative first in terms of the political and professional context for curriculum reform, and second in terms of the development of the curriculum model itself. This article concerns the implementation stage, focusing on evaluation and the implications for organizational change. The article concludes with some lessons that have been learned en route.

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Journal of Surgical Education

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20 - 26