July 14, 2017 Europe
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Patient perceptions of innovative longitudinal integrated clerkships based in regional, rural and remote primary care: a qualitative study
Medical students at the University of Wollomgong experience continuity of patien care and clinical supervision during an innovative year-long integrated (community and hospital) clinical clerkship. In this model of clinical education, students are base in a general practice "teaching microsystem" and participate in patient care as part of this community of practice (CoP). This study evaluates patient´s preceptions of the clerkship initiative, and their perspectives in this approach to training´much needed´doctors in their community.
- BMC Family Practice
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