3-year primary care programs gain popularity

09/17/2013 | MedPage Today (free registration)

More medical school primary care programs are moving to a three-year model, condensing training by one year to encourage enrollment and reduce student debt. Mayo Medical School Dean Dr. Sherine Gabriel is among the physicians urging caution, noting three-year programs have not always been successful. "The quality of the education must be the primary driver behind any substantive change in medical education," Gabriel said.

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