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Title: Vocational training in Greater London
Authors: Sammut, Daniel
Keywords: Vocational education -- United England
Medical education
Medical cooperation
Family medicine -- Practice
Issue Date: 2008-06
Publisher: Malta College of Family Doctors
Citation: Sammut, D. (2008). Vocational training in Greater London. Maltese Family Doctor, 17(1), 23-26.
Abstract: March, 2008. 7:45 am. I'm on a cosy train goingfrom Ashford to East Sheen, in Greater London. The train is packed with passengers -sitting, standing. People of diverse ages, backgrounds and ethnicity. They are on their way to work or school. Most of them are reading papers or books; some stare somewhere out of focus, avoiding eye-contact. A few fiddle with their laptop, while others have their eyes closed. Nobody speaks - the only sounds are the du- dum, du-dum of the train on the rails, and the rustle of newspapers. Then a female voice on the microphone proclaims: "This station is Mortlake".
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