Jul 16, 2019
Episode length - 33:24
The WHO has recognized that it’s hard to recruit and retain health workers in remote and rural areas and recommended clinical rotations in rural areas during studies.
This paper is a ‘comprehensive literature review ‘ to assess the published evidence for the impact of rural rotations on urban-based postgraduate learners in all disciplines.
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Authors: Malhi et al.,
Publication details: The impact of rural rotations on urban based postgraduate learners: A literature review. Med Teach. 2019 May 1:1-9
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