Purpose: Today's generation of adolescents is the largest in history, creating a major challenge for low and middle-income countries faced with the necessity of addressing their health care. Our objectives were to (1) assess gaps in adolescent medicine competencies in Guatemala and (2) examine the extent to which health care providers are trained, knowledgeable and feel comfortable with providing services to this growing population.
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