Urban health and primary care at Johns Hopkins: urban primary care medical home resident training pr

Authors, Primary Stewart,R.;Feldman,L.;Bitzel,D.;Gibbons,M. C.;McGuire,M.
Title Primary Urban health and primary care at Johns Hopkins: urban primary care medical home resident training programs.
Periodical Full Journal of Health Care for the Poor & Underserved
Pub Year 2012
Volume 23
issue 3 Suppl
Start Page 103-113
Abstract Johns Hopkins University recently implemented two novel urban health residency training programs (UHR). The programs include increased access programs, community health worker-delivered care, substance abuse screening and treatment, community psychiatry/ mental health programs, case and disease management teams, and interprofessional training. These programs are designed to create well-trained physicians who competently provide care for the underserved inner-city patient.
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Place of Publication United States
Author/Address Department of Medicine, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, 601 N. Caroline Street, Suite 7-143, Baltimore, MD 21287, USA. rstewart@jhmi.edu
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Topic Tag(s) Primary Care Workforce Issues;Disparities
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