The AAFP calls on entities including, but not limited to medical schools, state governments, the federal government, and private firms to develop and support programs and incentives that encourage student career choice of family medicine. In doing so, the AAFP recognizes the multifaceted and complex factors leading to specialty choice. These programs and incentives could be financial, educational, institutional, or political in nature. They include, but are not limited to:
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Student Choice of Family Medicine, Incentives for Increasing