Get this from a library rural medicine obstacles and solutions for self sufficiency stanley wallack sandra e kretz. The capacity for high income countries to meet their medical workforce needs through education and training of local doctors and thus limit their reliance on overseas trained doctors otds called self sufficiency remains an important topic of global health workforce policy interest 1 2ensuring that the geographical distribution of skilled doctors occurs with respect to community health . The montefiore medical centers supporting healthy relationships program combines curriculum based education with efforts to address economic stability this blog is part of the self sufficiency series solutions from the field celebrating national rural health day highlighting policy and research . People in rural communities often value very highly self sufficiency self reliance and independence coupled with a stoicism which comes primarily from the farming culture it calls for research to inform rural health initiatives and to monitor progress in rural health care the wonca policy goes on to outline a series of strategies . The challenge in rural alaska is not just to build needed infrastructure but also to build economic self sufficiency building rural alaska is a task of great importance to all alaskans rural and urban alikethe denali commission a consortium of state and federal agencies has led the way in recent years in providing innovative solutions in
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