Quantitiative Description Of Medical Student Interest In Neurology & Psychiatry

Research Summary | May 30, 2018

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Key Messages

  • There has been a well-documented shortage of physicians in some specialties, including Neurology and Psychiatry.
  • Osteopathic medical students demonstrated a greater interest compared to allopathic medical students in Neurology and Psychiatry.
  • Required rotations did not correlate with applications or matches.

The following is a summary of Ramos, R. et al Quantitative Description of Medical Student Interest in Neurology and Psychiatry. The Journal of the American Osteopathic Association. 2016; 116 (7): 462-471, which was developed independently of the article authors. The authors declared no conflicts of interest. Background There has been a well-documented shortage of Primary Care…

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