Medical education for equity in health: a participatory action research involving persons

Résumé

Improving the knowledge and competencies of healthcare professionals is crucial to better address the specific needs of persons living in poverty and avoid stigmatization. This study aimed to explore the needs and expectations of persons living in poverty and healthcare professionals in terms of medical training regarding poverty and its effects on health and healthcare.

Pour consulter l’article: https://doi.org/10.1186/s12909-016-0630-4

Auteurs

Catherine Hudon, Christine Loignon, Cristina Grabovschi, Paula Bush, Mireille Lambert, Émilie Goulet, Sophie Boyer, Marianne De Laat, Nathalie Fournier

Date

avril 2016

Journal

BMC Medical Education

Volume

16

Numéro

106

Pages

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