Engaging rural preceptors in new longitudinal community clerkships during workforce shortage: a qualitative study

@inproceedings{Hudson2011EngagingRP,
  title={Engaging rural preceptors in new longitudinal community clerkships during workforce shortage: a qualitative study},
  author={Judith Nicky Hudson and Kathryn M. Weston and Elizabeth A Farmer},
  booktitle={BMC family practice},
  year={2011}
}
BACKGROUND In keeping with its mission to produce doctors for rural and regional Australia, the University of Wollongong, Graduate School of Medicine has established an innovative model of clinical education. This includes a 12-month integrated community-based clerkship in a regional or rural setting, offering senior students longitudinal participation in a 'community of practice' with access to continuity of patient care experiences, continuity of supervision and curriculum, and individualised… CONTINUE READING
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