Learning from lives: a model for health and social care education in the wider community context

@article{Anderson2003LearningFL,
  title={Learning from lives: a model for health and social care education in the wider community context},
  author={E. Anderson and A. Lennox and S. Petersen},
  journal={Medical Education},
  year={2003},
  volume={37}
}
Objectives  To develop and evaluate a model for medical education which draws upon the whole frontline workforce in primary care and which enables medical students to develop skills and competencies in patient‐centred teamworking across organisational boundaries. 
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