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« Addressing the Primary Care Shortage | Main | Listening to Patient's Stories »

March 08, 2010

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Readers might also be interested in "The Doctor Won't See You Now" by Mary Carmichael in last week's issue of Newsweek (http://www.newsweek.com/id/234218), which includes the following passage:

"As fewer people have entered primary care, the doctors who are left have been forced by tight schedules to shortchange some patients, forgoing the long, meandering chats that used to be a big part of checkups in favor of 15-minute, checklist-style appointments. The close relationships that general practitioners once had with patients drew many idealistic students into the field. Now recruiters face an extra-tough sell: they have to convince bright young would-be docs to pursue a career that won't pay very well and won't be as emotionally fulfilling as it once was."

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