Impact of selection strategies on representation of underserved populations and intention to practise: international findings.

@article{Larkins2015ImpactOS,
  title={Impact of selection strategies on representation of underserved populations and intention to practise: international findings.},
  author={Sarah Larkins and Kristien Michielsen and Jehu Erapu Iputo and Salwa Elsanousi and Marykutty Mammen and Lisa Graves and Sara Willems and Fortunato L Cristobal and Rex Samson and Rachel Ellaway and Simone Jacquelyn Ross and Karen Johnston and Anselme Derese and Andr{\'e}-Jacques Neusy},
  journal={Medical education},
  year={2015},
  volume={49 1},
  pages={60-72}
}
CONTEXT Socially accountable medical schools aim to reduce health inequalities by training workforces responsive to the priority health needs of underserved communities. One key strategy involves recruiting students from underserved and unequally represented communities on the basis that they may be more likely to return and address local health priorities. This study describes the impacts of different selection strategies of medical schools that aspire to social accountability on the presence… CONTINUE READING