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Table B3. Number of Active Residents, by Type of Medical School, GME Specialty, and Sex

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2018-19 Active Residents

The table below displays the number and percentage of 2018-19 active residents who graduated from an international medical school, by specialty and sex, compared with the number and percentage of 2018-19 active residents who graduated from MD-granting and DO-granting U.S. and Canadian schools. International medical school graduates include both U.S. citizens and non-U.S. citizens who graduated from any medical school outside the United States and Canada. For example, there were 19 men and 40 women in 2018-19 who were active allergy and immunology residents who graduated from international medical schools, compared with 61 men and 182 women who were active allergy and immunology residents in 2018-19 who graduated from a medical school in the United States or Canada. The majority of active allergy and immunology residents in 2018-19 were women for both graduates from international medical schools and graduates from U.S. and Canadian schools. Counts and percentages shown for specialties do not include counts and percentages for the related subspecialties. Please contact residentreport@aamc.org with any comments or questions.

Selected Finding: Looking at the specialties with the most residents, women make up a larger percentage of residents in family medicine, obstetrics and gynecology, pediatrics, and psychiatry, while men make up a larger percentage of residents in anesthesiology, emergency medicine, internal medicine, radiology, and surgery.  

International Medical School Graduates (IMGs) U.S. and Canadian Medical School Graduates
Men Women Men Women
ACGME-Accredited Specialties and Subspecialties Number Percent Number Percent Total Number Percent Number Percent Total Total Active Residents
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Note: Residents whose sex was unavailable were excluded.

Source: GME Track® as of Sept. 5, 2019.

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