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    A school of medical education is supposed to govern itself by moral and ethical principles . After all , you are providing the education to the noblest of career paths , the career of caring for the sick .

    I'm in no position to speak for the credibility of the school , but from all accounts , certain recent events and the handling of these issues by a school official on vmd does raise a lot of red flags . I do think the actions of school administrators on this board does not auger well for its future reputation .

    In this age of transparency and increased accountabity , the general public including future prospects would rather an admission of fault rather than "cover ups " . There is always the chance of redemption , but the key to that door is being honest with the public . Ever heard of the law of interdependence ?
    Its better to admit the TRUTH to your client base rather than lowering yourself to the level of personal vendettas againnst anyonmous users of an internet forum . How professional is that of a school admin ?
    And finally , does it help your cause ???
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    Quote Originally Posted by FireFighterMD View Post
    A school of medical education is supposed to govern itself by moral and ethical principles . After all , you are providing the education to the noblest of career paths , the career of caring for the sick .

    I'm in no position to speak for the credibility of the school , but from all accounts , certain recent events and the handling of these issues by a school official on vmd does raise a lot of red flags . I do think the actions of school administrators on this board does not auger well for its future reputation .

    In this age of transparency and increased accountabity , the general public including future prospects would rather an admission of fault rather than "cover ups " . There is always the chance of redemption , but the key to that door is being honest with the public . Ever heard of the law of interdependence ?
    Its better to admit the TRUTH to your client base rather than lowering yourself to the level of personal vendettas againnst anyonmous users of an internet forum . How professional is that of a school admin ?
    And finally , does it help your cause ???
    Yeah honesty would have gone a lng way.but they chose the shady way and it will cost them.oh well

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