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Impact of clinical training on recruiting graduating health professionals.

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Summary of "Impact of clinical training on recruiting graduating health professionals."

Recruiting professional staff is an important business reason for hospitals allowing health trainees to engage in supervised patient care. Whereas prior studies have focused on educational institutions, this study focuses on teaching hospitals and whether trainees' clinical experiences affect their willingness to work (ie, recruitability) for the type of healthcare center where they trained.

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Name: The American journal of managed care
ISSN: 1936-2692
Pages: e111-e118

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