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An analysis of the recruitment markets of Quebec's medical schools during the 19th and 20th centuries indicates that each institution was unique in fulfilling the needs of its particular constituency. In comparing and contrasting the various schools, Professor Weisz emphasizes the roles assumed by McGill as part of the network of elite North American Universities and that of Laval as the supplier of doctors for general practice in rural Quebec. Une analyse des marches du recrutement des ecolespmid:11618131 fatcat:dfca2wym3nd5xc2wg4tm3rksga