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This is the Annual Report on Graduate Medical Education in the United States. It consists of a statistical and narrative analysis of the distribution and performance of approved internship and residency programs for the academic year 1963-1964. Except for certain data pertaining to foreign medical graduates, the majority of data reported here were secured from hospitals as of Sept 1, 1963, and are therefore one year old.This Annual Report on Graduate Medical Education is also included in the Directory of Approved Internships and Residencies which, because of its size, is no longer published in The Journal. The Directory includes, besides the Annual Report for the previous year, the detailed lists of all approved internship and residency programs, the Essentials of an Approved Internship and the Essentials of Approved Residencies, the requirements of the American Specialty Boards, and the full details of the National Intern Matching Program (NIMP).
Graduate Medical Education. JAMA. 1964;190(7):620–638. doi:10.1001/jama.1964.03070200056015
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