The State of Ambulatory Undergraduate Internal Medicine Medical Education: Results of the 2016 Clerkship Directors in Internal Medicine Annual Survey

Ambulatory care is qualitatively different and valuable to the health system. Given the shifts in health care that prioritize ambulatory care, internal medicine educators see benefits to learning in this environment. Internal medicine education teaches the skills necessary for managing complex patients, including those with multiple illnesses, medications, and social needs, all of which are encountered in the practice of ambulatory internal medicine.1

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