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Performance of Third-Year Medical Students on a Rural Family Medicine Clerkship

Description
Examines the academic performance of University of Kansas medical students who chose a rural location for required clerkships in family medicine, surgery, pediatrics, and obstetrics-gynecology from 1999-2011. Includes statistics with breakdowns by mean scores on Medical College Admission Test (MCAT), mean clerkship and shelf exam grades, and mean grade point averages for undergraduate and medical school classes.
Author(s)
Hannah Maxfield, Michael Kennedy, John E. Delzell, Jr, Anthony M. Paolo
Citation
Family Medicine, 46(7), 536-538
Date
2014
Type
Document
Tagged as
Graduate medical education · Statistics and data · Kansas