Factors affecting medical students' sense of belonging in a longitudinal integrated clerkship.

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BACKGROUND Longitudinal integrated clerkships (LICs) have been shown to be effective educationally and may assist in promoting rural career choices when undertaken in rural communities. Despite these merits, some students find LICs challenging. METHODS Students from a regional medical school undertaking a LIC participated in semi-structured interviews. A… (More)

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@article{Bonney2014FactorsAM, title={Factors affecting medical students' sense of belonging in a longitudinal integrated clerkship.}, author={Andrew Bonney and George Albert and Judith Nicky Hudson and Patricia J Knight-Billington}, journal={Australian family physician}, year={2014}, volume={43 1}, pages={53-7} }