The text material and tables included in this, the Council's 28th Annual Report, relate to internships and residencies currently conducted in Council-approved hospitals in the United States and its possessions. Seven tables are presented that give statistical information on internships: a 10 year summary of approved hospitals, analyses of the number of internships by type of service, by type of hospital control, by bed capacity and medical school affiliation, by census regions, a table on intern stipends, and a list of hospitals with highest autopsy rates. The second section of the report presents data on residencies, including tables on the number of residencies by type of hospital control, by bed capacity, and by medical specialties.The material presented in the report is based on information furnished by approved hospitals with data on the number of interns and residents serving and the number of vacancies, reflecting the situation as
Leveroos EH, Springall AN, Heinze CT. APPROVED INTERNSHIPS AND RESIDENCIES IN THE UNITED STATESANNUAL REPORT OF INTERNSHIPS AND RESIDENCIES BY THE COUNCIL ON MEDICAL EDUCATION AND HOSPITALS OF THE AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION. JAMA. 1954;156(4):315–322. doi:10.1001/jama.1954.02950040021006
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