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- Factors associated with increasing rural doctor supply in Asia-Pacific LMICs: a scoping review
- Targeted Medical School Admissions: A Strategic Process for Meeting Our Social Mission
- Recruitment and Retention
- Greater support for generalism in rural and regional Australia
Metrics details. Asia-Pacific LMICs rural populations are more impoverished and have poorer access to medical care, placing them at greater risk of poor health outcomes.
Factors associated with increasing rural doctor supply in Asia-Pacific LMICs: a scoping review
Background and Objectives: Increased medical school class sizes and new medical schools have not addressed the workforce inadequacies in primary care or underserved settings. While there is substantial evidence that student attributes predict practice specialty and location, little is known about how schools use these factors in admissions processes. We sought to describe admissions strategies to recruit students likely to practice in primary care or underserved settings. Methods: We surveyed admissions personnel at US allopathic and osteopathic medical schools in about targeted admissions strategies aimed at recruitment and selection of students likely to practice rurally, in urban underserved areas, or in primary care. Results: One hundred thirty-three of Respondents reported targeted admissions strategies as follows: rural,
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Targeted Medical School Admissions: A Strategic Process for Meeting Our Social Mission
The research literature highlights different factors facilitating or hindering recruitment and retention of healthcare workers to remote and rural areas; however, there are few practical tools to guide local healthcare organizations in their recruitment and retention struggles. The purpose of this paper is to describe the development process, the contents, and the suggested use of The Framework for Remote Rural Workforce Stability. The Framework is a strategy designed for rural and remote healthcare organizations to ensure the recruitment and retention of vital healthcare personnel. The Framework is the result of a 7-year, five-country Sweden, Norway, Canada, Iceland, and Scotland international collaboration combining literature reviews, practical experience, and national case studies in two different projects. The Framework consists of nine key strategic elements, grouped into three main tasks plan, recruit, retain. Recruit: activities to ensure that the right recruits and their families have the information and support needed to relocate and integrate in the local community. Retain: activities to support team cohesion, train current and future professionals for rural and remote health careers, and assure the attractiveness of these careers.
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Recruitment and Retention
However, little is known regarding why these programs work. Twelve variables were available for all classes; 7 variables were collected only for graduates. For graduates, growing up in a rural area was the only additionally collected independent predictor of rural primary care odds ratio [OR], 4. In fact, few graduates without either of these factors were rural primary care physicians 1. Curricular experiences and other factors can further increase these outcomes, especially by supporting those already likely to become rural primary care physicians.
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Greater support for generalism in rural and regional Australia
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