Toward reciprocity: host supervisor perspectives on international medical electives.

@article{Bozinoff2014TowardRH,
  title={Toward reciprocity: host supervisor perspectives on international medical electives.},
  author={Nikki Bozinoff and Katie P Dorman and Denali Kerr and Erica Roebbelen and Erin E Rogers and Andrea M. Hunter and Thomas O'Shea and Christian Kraeker},
  journal={Medical education},
  year={2014},
  volume={48 4},
  pages={
          397-404
        }
}
CONTEXT An increasing number of medical students are engaging in international medical electives, the majority of which involve travel from northern, higher-income countries to southern, lower-income countries. Existing research has identified benefits to students participating in these experiences. However, reports on the impacts on host communities are largely absent from the literature. OBJECTIVES The current study aims to identify host country perspectives on international medical… CONTINUE READING
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