Rural medicine needs cradle-to-grave strategy: blueprint

Sibbald, Barbara
March 1999
CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;3/09/99, Vol. 160 Issue 5, p705
Academic Journal
Reports on the release of `From education to sustainability' by the Ontario Regional Committee of the Society of Rural Physicians of Canada and the Professional Association of Internes and Residents of Ontario. The document proposing solutions to the problems in recruiting and retaining physicians; The issues of educational life and rural practice.


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