Commentary: Teaching Health Centers and the Path to Graduate Medical Education Reform
AbstractThis commentary discusses the lessons and opportunities presented through the Teaching Health Center Graduate Medical Education program and suggests that advocates of this should be cautious in applying lessons learned to broader graduate medical education policy reform.
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Date of creation: 30 Dec 2012
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Teaching Health Centers; Graduate Medical Education Reform; Health Care Effectiveness; Health;
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