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A comparison of primary care educational experiences in two urban pediatric settings.

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Type
Published Article
Journal
Annual Conference on Research in Medical Education. Conference on Research in Medical Education
Publication Date
Volume
16
Pages
239–244
Identifiers
PMID: 606083
Source
Medline

Abstract

The purpose of this study was to initiate the evaluation of the ambulatory care training programs of the Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions and affiliated programs as resources for primary care education, and to provide input into the development of a primary care educational curriculum. It was determined that these settings fell short of fulfilling an a priori set of educational objectives designed to emphasize primary as opposed to secondary care. Foresight must be exercised in the selection of sites and the design of the clinical practice of an acceptable training program in primary care is desired.

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