The recruiting challenge for internal medicine
There has long been an institutional bias in medical education against primary care. Many doctors we have spoken with have recounted how they were steered away from primary care by preceptors in medical school. The general sentiment conveyed to medical students has long been that surgical and diagnostic specialties are for the most accomplished students and that primary care is for the less accomplished.
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