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A s human and animal populations increase, the need for veterinarians to serve as leaders in the prevention of and response to zoonotic diseases has never been greater. Zoonoses are defined as diseases that may be directly or indirectly transmitted from wild or domestic animals to humans. Of the 1,461 diseases now recognized in humans, approximately 60% are(More)
BACKGROUND Patient encounters are the core learning activity of Australian general practice (family practice) training. Exposure to patient demographics and presentations may vary from one general practice registrar (vocational trainee) to another. This can affect comprehensiveness of training. Currently, there is no mechanism to systematically capture the(More)
BACKGROUND A broad case-mix in family physicians' (general practitioners', GPs') vocational trainee experience is deemed essential in producing competent independent practitioners. It is suggested that the patient-mix should include common and significant conditions and be similar to that of established GPs. But the content of contemporary GP trainees'(More)
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