|Adamson S. Muula|
|Croatian Medical Journal, 2006|
"In 2004, a private medical school, the Notre Dame University Medical School, was opened in Perth, Western Australia. It seemed that the time for changes had arrived. However, there were some people who were disturbed by the ethos and outlook of this Catholic medical school. How will the Catholic school resist the temptation of indoctrinating non-Catholics? Will the private medical school keep up to the high standards prevailing at public institutions in that country, such as Monash, Melbourne, Adelaide, and Flinders? The Medical Journal of Australia reported diverse viewpoints on the issue. After reading all that was written about the Notre Dame medical school, I came to the conclusion that every country which has a public medical school should seriously consider of having another, if possible, private medical school."