We need to make primary care careers attractive: the future of our health system depends on it
In this issue of the Journal, Playford and colleagues1 ask whether there is a primary care emergency in Australia. They report evidence from one Australian medical school — a decline in the proportion of its graduates who become general practitioners — and warn that, if their finding applies nationally, it may signal an emerging primary care workforce deficit.
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