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December 29, 1975

Graduate Medical Education

JAMA. 1975;234(13):1354-1367. doi:10.1001/jama.1975.03260260058022

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Abstract

Annual Report on Graduate Medical Education in the United States  The 48th annual report on graduate medical education in the United States will provide an analysis of the distribution and performance of approved programs for the academic year 1974-1975. The report, however, was not ready at the time this issue was prepared, but it will be included in the 1975-1976 Directory of Approved Residencies.The annual report contains data on the number of housestaff positions offered, number of positions filled and vacant, and the number of US and foreign medical graduates in such programs. In the annual report, data on the number of programs include programs approved by the various residency review committees through Dec 30, 1974, and by the Liaison Committee on Graduate Medical Education from Jan 1, 1975, through June 30, 1975.The Directory is sent to the offices of the deans of medical schools in the

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