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Date

2021

Abstract

With the permission of Kenneth Palanza et al, we adapted and modified a previously generated survey that allowed us to better understand the motivations and barriers of medical students to enter primary care. The survey was dispersed to all medical students at LCOM as well as third and fourth year medical students at Ross University and American University of the Caribbean (AUC). We analyzed preliminary data from 100 respondents.

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Ridgefield Primary Care

Keywords

Connecticut, Primary Care, Family Medicine, Shortage, Student Loans, Compensation, work-life balance

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Medical Education | Primary Care

The Preventative Health Care Shortage: A Look at the VT and CT Community Perspectives and Medical Student Interest

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