Graduate medical education directory; 2006-2007.1579477577
Graduate medical education directory; 2006-2007.
American Medical Association American Medical Association (AMA), professional physicians' organization (founded 1847). Its goals are to protect the interests of American physicians, advance public health, and support the growth of medical science. .
American Medical Association
This annually-issued directory features programs accredited accredited
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States have required state residency for a variety of rights, including the right to vote, the right to run for public office, the and fellowship programs. GME-related organizations are described, as well as steps for application. One hundred and twenty-six specialties and subspecialties are detailed, along with general statistics about programs. Following is the largest section, on the programs themselves, which lists them by specialty, then state, and the institution, contact information, program length, and number of positions. Two hundred and fifty programs that are new and 90 that have been withdrawn are listed, as well as training institutions, combined specialty programs, certification requirements from specific boards, medical schools in the US, medical licensure, and Canadian GME GME
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