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Med J Aust. 2007 Jul 16;187(2):129-32.

The challenges of teaching in a general practice setting.

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  • 1Adelaide to Outback GP Training Program, Adelaide, SA, Australia. caroline.laurence@adelaide.edu.au


An attractive strategy to meet the increasing need for medical education is teaching in community general practice. General practice will be in a position to meet and sustain this need only if various conditions are met, including: Teaching is undertaken in general practice at all levels of medical education (medical student, postgraduate years 1-3 and GP vocational training); Standards and quality of teaching are maintained while the number of sites involved increases; Further Australian research is conducted into innovative models of general practice teaching and their cost-effectiveness; and Appropriate remuneration and infrastructure is available to support practices and general practitioners involved in teaching.

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