“It is time that every health profession school specifies their criteria for optimal teaching primary care practices and for the training that would optimize their students’ experience. It is time that we, as primary care physicians, advocate for the resources necessary to expose ourselves and our students to the best that primary care has to offer — and, in doing so, provide the best possible care to our patients. We deserve that, as do our students and most importantly, our patients.”
Russell Phillips is an internal medicine physician.
He shares his story and discusses the KevinMD article, “Flip the axis: primary care rotations.”
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