Psychiatry Is Continuing to Make Modest Gains: Of U.S. Seniors, 4% Chose the Specialty. (Match Day 2003)
Silverman, Jennifer, Clinical Psychiatry News
Psychiatric residency programs continued their steady climb in this year's Match Day results.
The National Resident Matching Program reports that 916 graduating seniors filled 986 positions in general psychiatry in 2003. The tally includes 597 U.S. seniors, a gain of 33 positions from last year.
The overall fill rate for general psychiatry was 92.9%, a decrease of 1.9% from last year, although it should be noted that 29 additional positions in general psychiatry were offered in 2003 than a year earlier.
Taking into account all of the psychiatry categories, U.S. seniors in 2003 filled 649 positions, 22 more than last year, a number that is not statistically …
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Publication information: Article title: Psychiatry Is Continuing to Make Modest Gains: Of U.S. Seniors, 4% Chose the Specialty. (Match Day 2003). Contributors: Silverman, Jennifer - Author. Magazine title: Clinical Psychiatry News. Volume: 31. Issue: 4 Publication date: April 2003. Page number: 1+. © 2009 International Medical News Group. COPYRIGHT 2003 Gale Group.
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