Like the medical research paper whose chief finding is that more research is needed, the Liaison Committee on Medical Education put Puerto Rico's San Juan Bautista School of Medicine on probation so its problems could be studied. And, after studying them, the LCME decided to keep the school on probation.
And, while on probation, it maintains its accreditation.
Why it remains on probation remains under wraps, so it's sort of a double-secret probation.
"We're not allowed to release any information," Dan Hunt, LCME secretary, told me.
"Accreditation is not guaranteed," he added. "Accreditation can be revoked."
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