Can new approaches to medical curriculum solve the family doctor shortage?

UA/AU University Affairs

Mar 20, 2024

Can new approaches to medical curriculum solve the family doctor shortage

New medical schools and innovative family medicine programs are being established in Canada to address the shortage of family doctors. These initiatives aim to train a new generation of family physicians equipped to meet the diverse healthcare needs of Canadians.

Emphasizing community-centered primary care, collaborative team-based strategies, and cutting-edge medical technology, these efforts represent a significant step forward in tackling the ongoing challenges in primary care.

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