Diversity by race, Hispanic ethnicity, and sex of the United States medical oncology physician workforce over the past quarter century.

@article{Deville2014DiversityBR,
  title={Diversity by race, Hispanic ethnicity, and sex of the United States medical oncology physician workforce over the past quarter century.},
  author={Curtiland Deville and Christina Hunter Chapman and Ramon Burgos and Wei-ting Hwang and Stefan Both and Charles R Thomas},
  journal={Journal of oncology practice},
  year={2014},
  volume={10 5},
  pages={e328-34}
}
PURPOSE To assess the medical oncology (MO) physician workforce diversity by race, Hispanic ethnicity, and sex, with attention to trainees. METHODS Public registries were used to assess 2010 differences among MO practicing physicians, academic faculty, and fellows; internal medicine (IM) residents; and the US population, using binomial tests with P < .001 significance adjusting for multiple comparisons. Significant changes in fellow representation from 1986 to 2011 were assessed. RESULTS… CONTINUE READING