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Racial-ethnic diversity in allied health: the continuing challenge.
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This work analyzed data for allied health educational programs accredited in 1989-90 and 2006-07, with particular attention to the race/ethnicity of enrollments, attrition, and graduates and the types of institutions that were more or less likely to have increased diversity over the time period. Expand
US graduate medical education, 2004-2005: trends in primary care specialties.
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Trends in GME suggest that the primary care medical workforce of the future will include more women, more IMGs, and more DOs, following many years of annual increases. Expand
Providing Pediatric Subspecialty Care: A Workforce Analysis
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The data indicate that pediatric subspecialists in most areas are facing strong competitive pressures in the market, and that the market9s ability to support additional subspecialist in many areas may be diminishing. Expand
US residency training before and after the 1997 Balanced Budget Act.
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After the 1997 BBA, there appears to have been a temporary halt in the growth of physicians training in ACGME programs; however, the number increased from 2002 to 2007. Expand
Graduate medical education, 2009-2010.
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In total, it is estimated that there were 109 840 active residents in ACGME-accredited programs during the 2009-2010 academic year. Expand
Preschool vision screening in pediatric practice: a study from the Pediatric Research in Office Settings (PROS) Network. American Academy of Pediatrics.
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It is concluded that pediatricians need to increase vision screening among younger preschool children and communicate more effectively to parents the results of screening failure. Expand
US graduate medical education, 2003-2004.
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The number of physicians in GME is at its highest, and nearly one third of physicians completing training in one program continue on in another, as well as the specialty of male and female graduating residents. Expand
US graduate medical education, 2001-2002: changing dynamics.
The National Graduate Medical Education (GME) Census, jointly administered by the American Medical Association and the Association of American Medical Colleges, completed its second year as an onlineExpand
Graduate medical education, 2011-2012.
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There are estimates that there were 113 427 active residents inACGME-accreditedprograms during the 2011-2012 academic year and demographic information includes sex, birthdate, country of birth,citizenshipstatus, andrace/ethnicity. Expand
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