Japanese medical exchange students complete MDKKU elective program: May 2024.

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On April 26, 2024, Mr. Kentaro TANIHATA from Gifu University who has joined our department of Department of Otorhinolaryngology for four weeks, and Mr. Yutaro Sakanaka from University of Tsukuba who has joined our department of Emergency Medicine for two weeks, fifth-year exchange students from Japan successfully concluded MDKKU elective program.

 

 

Mr. TANIHATA shared his impression on his experience that he encountered clinical cases that he has never seen in Japan, “I experienced cases that I’ve never seen in Japan. I was impressed with a case of gunshot wound, and many cases of traffic accidents” he said. He noted that these experiences were particularly striking because such cases are uncommon in his home country, offering him a valuable and eye-opening perspective on the diversity of medical emergencies faced in different regions.

Mr. Sakanaka also expressed his deep appreciation for the warmth of the community and the heartfelt welcome extended by KKU personnel.  “The students at KKU students were very welcoming and supportive during my stay, providing me with valuable insights about KKU, hospital, and local area” he shared.

 

“I strongly recommend visiting KKU as a medical elective program student!” – Mr. Sakanaka

“KKU provided such a high quality program!” – Mr. TANIHATA

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