A case study of student-physicians' attitudes toward group medical practice: submitted to the Program in Hospital Administration ... in partial fulfilment ... for the degree of Master of Hospital Administration
University of Michigan, 1963 - Medical - 158 pages
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affiliated American Medical Association Attitudes of Student-Physicians Cent of Usable Cent Supporters Supporters Clinic's presence cost of providing Dartmouth College Dartmouth Medical School Degree of Support Doctor-Patient Relationship faculty favorable given are percentages group medical practice group practice arrangement group practice concept Group practice decreases group practice organization Hanover High Moderate Low high supporters Hitchcock Clinic Hitchcock Memorial Hospital house calls House Staff program hypotheses income Low Per Cent Low Supporters Supporters Mary Hitchcock Hospital Mary Hitchcock Memorial Mayo Clinic Medical Education medical students medicine MHMH Moderate Low Supporters Number of Groups patient charges patient's convenience percentages of total philosophy of medicine physicians in group Practice as Opposed preferences privately practicing physicians professional quality of medical questionnaire residents staff physicians student population student-physician population Student-physicians feel Support High Moderate support index Supporters of Usable Supporters Supporters Supporters tion total high total low supporters Usable Total Population variables