Efforts to bolster rural primary care residencies fall short
John Commins, for HealthLeaders Media, April 1, 2013
The federal government's efforts to train more physicians in primary care and get them to practice in rural areas have had dismal outcomes. They demonstrate the need for more coordination of medical workforce development on a national level, says one researcher.
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