Lack of recognition of internal medicine as a specialty: a factor in medical student career choice?

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Interest among medical students in a career in internal medicine has recently declined. We propose that lack of recognition of general internal medicine as a specialty may be one factor in students' decisions to enter other fields. A survey of 300 first-year and second-year medical students at the Medical College of Georgia showed that 84% of the… (More)

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@article{Anders1989LackOR, title={Lack of recognition of internal medicine as a specialty: a factor in medical student career choice?}, author={David L. Anders and R M Fincher and Lena A. Lewis and Lauris Nance}, journal={Southern medical journal}, year={1989}, volume={82 4}, pages={411-3} }