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Graduate Medical Education

JAMA. 1965;194(7):764-782. doi:10.1001/jama.1965.03090200072018.
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Annual Report on Graduate Medical Education in the United States  This is the 39th Annual Report on Graduate Medical Education in the United States. It consists of a statistical and narrative analysis of the distribution and performance of approved internship and residency programs for the academic year 1964-1965. Except where otherwise specified, the data reported here were secured from hospitals as of Sept 1, 1964, and therefore provide performance data one year ago. Most tables contain a column listing the projected positions offered for the academic year 1966-1967.The material in this Annual Report, plus the following section on Special Reports, Announcements, and Notices, are the only two portions of the Directory of Approved Internships and Residencies published in JAMA, as the Directory itself is too large to be included. This Directory is intended to be a complete manual of all information pertaining to internships and residencies, and includes, in


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