Entrustable professional activities for Junior Brazilian Medical Students in community medicine

Ieda Francischetti, Ylva Holzhausen & Harm Peters
Abstract Background Entrustable professional activities (EPAs) have been defined to promote the workplace participation of undergraduate medical students, generally in the context of high-income countries with a focus on the secondary and tertiary health care sectors. These EPAs have limited applicability to training and health care contexts in low- to middle-income countries that have a focus on primary health care, for instance, the context of community medicine. The purpose of this article is to report...
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