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Will Australian rural clinical schools be an effective workforce strategy? Early indications of their positive effect on intern choice and rural career interest

Denese E Playford, Harriet Denz-Penhey, Lesley Skinner and J Campbell Murdoch
Med J Aust 2008; 188 (3): 190.
Published online: 4 February 2008

To the Editor: The academic success of the rural clinical schools (RCS) program is clear: community-based clinical placements in rural Australia are able to produce graduates that are academically indistinguishable from tertiary hospital-trained peers.1,2

  • Denese E Playford
  • Harriet Denz-Penhey
  • Lesley Skinner
  • J Campbell Murdoch



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