Results of the 2017 Medical School Enrollment Survey

Results of the 2017 Medical School Enrollment Survey

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Based on results of the 14th annual AAMC Survey of Medical School Enrollment Plans, this report analyzes feedback from deans at U.S. medical schools to project first-year medical school enrollment through 2025 and deliver valuable insights for researchers, policymakers, and the academic medicine community.

 

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  • Medical school enrollment has grown 29% since 2002–2003.
  • Most schools are concerned about the availability of graduate medical education opportunities at the state (64%) and national (78%) levels.
  • The majority of schools are experiencing competition for clinical training sites from DO-granting schools and other health care professional programs.
  • Almost all schools (99%) report that they had, or were planning to have within two years, programs or policies designed to increase diversity in their student body.
  • Enrollment at DO-granting schools has grown 163% since 2002 and continues to accelerate.

This report and related data help enable thought leaders in academic medicine to drive impactful conversations around issues affecting health care.

 

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