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March 19, 2004
Vol. 28, No. 13

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Rural medicine:

Photos and stories of Kansas physicians and the KU medical students who provided primary care throughout rural Kansas for more than 50 years are captured in a new book, Medicine on the Kansas Prairie.
Published by the KU School of Medicine, the book chronicles an innovative teaching tool created by the School of Medicine that now is used as a model in medical institutions across the country, the Rural Preceptorship Program.
Medicine on the Kansas Prairie was compiled and edited by Mary Beth Gentry, associate director of external affairs at the School of Medicine, and Sharon Bass, associate professor of journalism.

   
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