Graduate Medical Education Directory AMA
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Newly revised with more than 9, 200 accredited residency, fellowship, and combined programs in the United States, as well as residency application and career-planning resources to help in making one of the most important professional decisions that a medical student faces.
Offering comprehensive listings for residency programs (including 432 new ones), certification requirements for two dozen medical specialty boards and a revised list of more than 3, 400 teaching institutions that sponsor graduate medical education (GME) programs, this resource also provides updated and revised information on fellowship and subspecialty programs, Match data, national medical societies, and medical licensure.Features include:
- Comprehensive GME program listings, including program director, address, phone, fax, and e-mail address
- Descriptions of and data for all major specialties/subspecialties, including average work hours, compensation, and educational offerings
- Medical licensure information
Needed: More Doctors in America — New York Times
The A.M.A. has fought diligently over the years to mitigate physician shortages on a number of fronts, including efforts to expand funding for graduate medical education and to advocate for more residency slots to train physicians in needed specialties ..
Opinion: Right On, IOM -- Reform Needed in GME — MedPage Today
.. slamming U.S. medical educators for failing to meet minimal training standards for new physicians, which recommended a major overhaul of government funding for graduate medical education. In addition, NEJM published Perspectives pieces on the topic.
Graduate Medical Education Directory 2011-2012
Book (Amer Medical Assn)