The rural medical scholars program study: data to inform rural health policy.

  • Wheat J
  • Leeper J
  • Brandon J
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Abstract

medical education to produce rural physicians hinges on the characteristics of students, educational programs, and rural experiences. Family physicians are key components of rural medicine. This study tested the effectiveness of multiple, combined strategies of the Rural Medical Scholars Program to produce family medicine residents.

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  • current health policy deliberations
  • evaluation
  • family medicine
  • great concern in rural
  • have empha-
  • health policy
  • primary care physicians in
  • residency choice
  • rural medical education
  • rural medicine
  • sized the shortage of
  • the
  • united states

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Authors

  • John R Wheat

  • James D Leeper

  • John E Brandon

  • Susan M Guin

  • James R Jackson

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