Now available: Family Medicine in the Undergraduate Curriculum

In a world where universal healthcare and sustainable development goals are paramount, the launch of "Family Medicine in the Undergraduate Curriculum: Preparing Medical Students to Work in Evolving Healthcare Systems," edited by Val Wass and Victor Ng, signifies a major breakthrough in medical education. Although available for purchase today, this groundbreaking publication, set to reshape family medicine education, will be featured in this article.

This practical guide is a first-of-its-kind resource tailored for those involved in family medicine and primary care education in medical schools globally. It provides concise, easy-to-follow chapters with key references, making it accessible to educators worldwide.

Key Highlights:
1. Pioneering Guide: The first "how-to" guide for integrating family medicine teaching into medical school curricula.
2. Evidence-Based Approach: Offers a strong evidence-based framework for seamless integration.
3. Global Relevance: Relevant to educators across diverse contexts and geographies.
4. Comprehensive Support: Provides step-by-step guidance on essential processes.
5. WONCA Endorsement: Backed by the World Organization of Family Doctors (WONCA) Working Party on Education.

The book is edited and authored by members of the WONCA Working Party on Education, ensuring its global applicability. It equips future doctors to understand family medicine's importance, inspiring them to consider careers in the field.

Meet the Authors at WONCA Sydney 2023

Additionally, meet the authors at the WONCA World Conference 2023 in Sydney, Australia, where they'll be available at the WONCA Booth on Friday, October 27th, from 10:00 AM to 10:30 AM.
"Family Medicine in the Undergraduate Curriculum" is now available for online. Discover more here.