Should efforts in favor of medical student diversity be focused during admissions or farther upstream?

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PURPOSE Traditional medical school admissions assessment tools may be limiting diversity. This study investigates whether the Multiple Mini-Interview (MMI) is diversity-neutral and, if so, whether applying it with greater weight would dilute the anticipated negative impact of diversity-limiting admissions measures. METHOD Interviewed applicants to six… (More)
DOI: 10.1097/ACM.0b013e318248f7f3

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@article{Reiter2012ShouldEI, title={Should efforts in favor of medical student diversity be focused during admissions or farther upstream?}, author={Harold Reiter and Jocelyn Margot Lockyer and Barry Ziola and C A Courneya and Kevin W Eva}, journal={Academic medicine : journal of the Association of American Medical Colleges}, year={2012}, volume={87 4}, pages={443-8} }