Survey: 22% of new internists plan to remain in primary care

12/5/2012 | Reuters

A Mayo Clinic study of survey responses from 17,000 physicians in their final year of an internal medicine residency program showed fewer than 22% planned to stay in general internal medicine, while 64% intended to become a specialist. The study in the Journal of the American Medical Association found women were more likely than men to continue in primary care.

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