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76-366. Affiliated family practice residency training program; policy. It is the policy of the state to promote family practice residency training programs at locations within the state that do not currently provide such training. It is the purpose of this legislation to encourage such programs through appropriate affiliation agreements between the university of Kansas school of medicine and qualified medical care facilities or nonprofit community organizations. It is recognized that the establishment of such program will require the financial assistance of both the state, through appropriations made available to the university of Kansas school of medicine, and local communities, and that such assistance must span several fiscal years.

It is further the policy of this state to insure that any programs receiving such state assistance meet appropriate standards of fiscal, academic and quality control. It is recognized that this control can be most effectively exercised by limiting the numbers and sites of such programs, and by regulating the terms of the affiliation agreements between the university and its affiliates.

History: L. 1977, ch. 309, ยง 1; July 1.


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