The effect of a 12-month longitudinal long-term care rotation on knowledge and attitudes of internal medicine residents about geriatrics.

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OBJECTIVE To determine if participation in a 12-month longitudinal long-term care (LTC) rotation resulted in improved knowledge and attitudes about geriatrics. DESIGN Longitudinal study with paired measurements. SETTING A community LTC facility and a university-affiliated, community-based internal medicine residency program. PARTICIPANTS Sixty-seven… (More)

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@article{Baum2007TheEO, title={The effect of a 12-month longitudinal long-term care rotation on knowledge and attitudes of internal medicine residents about geriatrics.}, author={Elizabeth E Baum and Karl M. Nelson}, journal={Journal of the American Medical Directors Association}, year={2007}, volume={8 2}, pages={105-9} }