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Education for Clinical Medicine: An Annotated Bibliography of Recent Literature

JAMES B. REULER, M.D.; DAVID A. NARDONE, M.D.; DIANE L. ELLIOT, M.D.; and DONALD E. GIRARD, M.D.
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© 1982 American College of PhysiciansAmerican College of Physicians


Ann Intern Med. 1982;97(4):624-629. doi:10.7326/0003-4819-97-4-624
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This bibliography was born from a perceived need for a current and concise reference library for internists involved in undergraduate and postgraduate clinical education. Although in the past undergraduate medical education in the clinical areas was centered in university, county, or government hospital settings, the increase in the number of university-affiliated community hospitals offering core and elective clerkship programs, combined with the recruitment of community-based physicians for patient evaluation courses and preceptorship electives, have dramatically increased the number of practicing physicians involved in medical education. Similarly, at the postgraduate training level, community hospital affiliations and the proliferation of free-standing internal

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