Key for More Rural Physicians: Rural Medical Tracks and Students with Rural Background
facing challenges to safeguard medical care in rural areas. In addition to supply control, financial incentives and other control mechanisms, rural-health interventions in undergraduate medical education are
Bis dahin muss allerdings pragmatischer gedacht werden, das betrifft wohl vor allem das gut alte Incentive Geld, aber auch die persönliche Erfahrung mit der Art von Medizin, die wir Landärzte so sehr schätzen
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DMP-interventions were very heterogeneous (training courses, feedback, reminders and financial incentives). Up to date there are no controlled studies, which compare different DMP-interventions. In general
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screening programme focussing on cardio-vascular risks, the “Health check-up 35”. There is a ?nancial incentive for the GP in including as many patients as possible. But constantly only about 15 % take part.