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Supporting Community-Based Family Medicine Residency Training Programs in North Carolina and their Potential Impact on Healthy NC 2030

Examines ways in which training family medicine residents in rural North Carolina communities can address disparities in healthcare access and improve rural population health metrics for all subsets of the population. Describes Healthy NC 2030, a public health initiative that seeks to bridge healthcare disparities in North Carolina. Features a county-level map showing locations of training programs in rural settings and urban settings, and statistics on the distribution of family medicine residency positions in North Carolina, with breakdowns by rural or urban setting.
Audy G. Whitman, Geniene Jones, Danny Pate, et al.
North Carolina Medical Journal, 83(3), 173-177
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Access · Graduate medical education · Health disparities · Health workforce supply and demand · Physicians · Primary care · Public health · Rural-urban differences · Statistics and data · North Carolina