The positive Impact of Rural Medical Schools on Rural Intern Choices

May 06, 2005

“A recent article in your journal reported the positive impact of rural medical schools on rural intern choices. This is a relevant finding in making a case for the development and funding of university departments of rural health and rural clinical schools in medical schools as a long-term solution to the shortage of medical practitioners in rural clinics and hospitals.”

Author
En Kwizera
Eu Igumbor

Region
Southern Africa

Country
South Africa

Topic
Other

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