This article draws on resources from the American Medical Association Archives on the Volunteer Physicians for Vietnam Program (1966-1973) to consider benefits and costs of immersion opportunities in medical education. Selected images and reports illuminate how such programs can influence both physicians-in-training and the environments in which they are immersed.
Walsh, K. (2019). Volunteer service from American physicians during the Vietnam War. AMA Journal of Ethics, 21(9), 806–812. https://doi.org/10.1001/amajethics.2019.806
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