Family medicine remains unpopular with med students

Moulton, Donalee
July 2001
CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;7/24/2001, Vol. 165 Issue 2, p201
Academic Journal
Reports on the number of vacant family medicine training slots which remain vacant after the 2001 residency match in Canada. Details of the vacancies, including amounts and geographic dispersal; Concern over the vacancies.


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