Report on the First 5 Years of the "Generalist 80 Universities Angya Project"

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  • ジェネラリスト80大学行脚プロジェクト 立ち上げから5年間の歩み

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<p>The Young Primary Care Doctors' Organization of the Japan Primary Care Association (JPCA) launched the "Generalist 80 Universities Angya Project" in 2011 to increase contact between generalists and medical students or residents interested in general hospital medicine, family medicine and primary care. The project targeted students interested in family medicine, primary care and hospital general medicine who do not participate in nationwide seminars. The project helps medical students and residents hold voluntary seminars at their university campus about family medicine, primary care and hospital general medicine. From 2011 to 2016, the project supported 129 seminars attended by 3,569 people at 63 universities. A questionnaire survey on 11 seminars between September 2013 and February 2014 revealed that 66% of medical students had never participated in JPCA family medicine summer seminars for students and residents. By holding seminars at university campuses, we targeted different participants from those at the nationwide seminar.</p>



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