Leesa Walker is a rural General Practitioner working in General Practice in Hamilton, Victoria. She is Academic Coordinator of the Parallel Rural Community Curriculum (PRCC), an internationally recognised longitudinal integrated clerkship where penultimate year medical students learn from rural doctors based in General Practice. She is also the Academic Coordinator for the Progress Test for the Doctor of Medicine. Her academic interests include wellbeing of students and clinicians, community-engaged medical education, progress testing and medical school selection processes.
Community engaged medical education, longitudinal integrated clerkships, rural workforce and medical school selection
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