Prevalence of Clinic First Curricula: A Survey of AFMRD Members.

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Summary of "Prevalence of Clinic First Curricula: A Survey of AFMRD Members."

Clinic First residency curricular approaches hold promise as models to successfully prepare primary care residents for future practice. The objective of our study was to estimate the prevalence of the Clinic First model in current family medicine residency training environments, and assess beliefs surrounding curricular structure and postgraduate practice.


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Name: Family medicine
ISSN: 1938-3800
Pages: 338-343


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