Diversity in Medicine: Facts and Figures 2019
Note: Data shown in this table are for individuals who identified as Hispanic, Latino, or of Spanish Origin alone or in combination with any other race/ethnicity. Prior to 2002, race and Hispanic ethnicity were asked as two separate questions; individuals could select only one race category. Starting in 2002, individuals could select multiple race categories. Since 2013, individuals report their race/ethnicity under a single question about how individuals self-identify. Due to these changes, data over these years are not directly comparable.
Source: AAMC Data Warehouse: STUDENT and IND, as of Aug. 19, 2019.