21.02.17: To av de fremste universitetene for legeutdanning rettet mot arbeid i distriktene har publisert egne resultater: James Cook nord i Australia og Northern Ontario School of Medicine (NOSM) i Canda. Begge legger vekt på å rekruttere studenter fra distriktene og å legge utdanningen til rurale områder ("Rural pipline").
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Nasjonalt senter for distriktsmedisin,
Boaittobealmedisiinna našunála guovddáš
ISM; Helsefak; UiT
This study provides the first Australian evidence that likelihood of remote medical practice is enhanced by investment in a ‘remote pipeline’ – medical education via clinical schools and internships in rural/remote locations, with a later option of a rural generalist pathway. The proportion of medical graduates working in remote practice may also be increased by preferentially selecting Indigenous Australian applicants and applicants who score highly for communication, teamwork, self-reliance and motivation for rural and remote practice.
Student ved James Cook University
Of the 535 physicians examined, 67 had completed UG and/or PG medical education at NOSM. Over two thirds of physicians with any NOSM education were practicing in northern areas and 25.4% were practicing in rural areas of Ontario compared with those having no NOSM education, with 4.3 and 10.3% in northern and rural areas, respectively.
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