What physics do medical doctors use?
My old 1995 University of Alberta university calendar’s section for pre-medical students states that an additional 3 credits of university physics are required just to continue past pre-medical studies to medical school. Is this to weed out students, or do doctors actually use university level physics? If so, then what university level physics are used in Psychiatry?
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