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Summer in the Country: Changes in Medical Students' Perceptions Following an Innovative Rural Community Experience

Description
A summer program developed by University of Missouri School of Medicine for second-year medical students to work with rural, community-based physician preceptors designed to increase the students interest in rural practice. Discusses the students perceptions of rural practice and lifestyle and reports on the student's choices of specialties and initial practice locations.
Author(s)
Kevin Y. Kane, Kathleen Quinn, James J. Stevermer, et al.
Citation
Academic Medicine, 88(8), 1157-1163
Date
08/2013
Type
Document
Tagged as
Graduate medical education · Health workforce supply and demand · Physicians · Statistics and data · Missouri