I will share some good news regarding the primary care workforce that came out today in the AAFP News Now

The news is particularly good for family medicine and primary care. Seventy-five percent of the medical schools questioned have current or future plans to institute programs or policies to encourage student interest in primary care, including new or expanded elective clinical rotations, refined admissions criteria, modified required clinical rotations, modified preclinical curriculum, expanded primary care faculty and/or resources, and new or expanded extracurricular opportunities.

 

 

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