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They were coded as “other disciplines” scholarships. The number of scholarship years was coded into two groups (1-3 years and 4 years or more). The three-year shutdown was used on the basis of frequencies. We found a number of anomalies between the RFS status, which is indicated in the Department of Health and Community Services records and the Postgraduate Medical Education Office records, and the RFS status that is indicated in the licensing documents. More regular communication between the service and RFS physicians and verification of the return status using billing and/or licensing data can reduce the number of RFS physicians who are insolvent. The percentages of male and female RFS physicians were almost identical (Table 2).2. Most RFS physicians followed after 2000 (61.9%) MUN (73.1%). The largest proportion of physicians received a family medicine scholarship agreement (44.5%) and received 1 to 3 years of aid (91.0%). Family doctors (45.2%). Of the 122 physicians who worked in the province, most were (60.5%) worked in the greater St. John`s. Less than one in five doctors (18.0%) began its practice in a rural community.