The impact of a medical school admissions pathway on social accountability and rural physician recruitmentCanadian Conference on Medical Education (2021)
To improve local and rural physician recruitment, the Schulich School of Medicine and Dentistry introduced, in 2005, a Southwestern Ontario Medical Education Network (SWOMEN) pathway for medical school admissions to attract high school graduates within the ten predominantly rural counties in the catchment region. This study assesses the impact of the SWOMEN admissions pathway on the percentage of medical school graduates practising in a rural setting in the SWOMEN region and across Canada.
Publication DateApril 12, 2021
Citation InformationKristi Thompson. "The impact of a medical school admissions pathway on social accountability and rural physician recruitment" Canadian Conference on Medical Education (2021)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/kristi-thompson/20/