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Table C7. Full-Time Faculty-Appointment Status at U.S. Medical Schools for Residents Who Completed Residencies, by Specialty

Residents Who Completed Training, 2008-17


The table below displays the number and percentage of individuals who completed residency training from 2008 through 2017, are not currently active in any GME program, and have a full-time faculty appointment at a U.S. MD-granting medical school, compared to those with a prior (but not current) full-time faculty appointment and those who have never had a full-time faculty appointment. Data include graduates of MD-granting and DO-granting U.S. and Canadian medical schools as well as graduates of international medical schools. The data are displayed by the most recently completed ACGME-accredited specialty and subspecialty. For example, 282 of the 1,311 individuals (21.5%) who last completed residency training from 2008 through 2017 in allergy and immunology currently hold a full-time faculty appointment at a U.S. MD-granting medical school. Part-time faculty appointments are not included. 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: Of those individuals who completed residency training from 2008 through 2017, 18.3% currently hold a full-time faculty appointment at a U.S. MD-granting medical school.

ACGME-Accredited Specialties and Subspecialties Completed Current Faculty
Appointment
Prior Faculty
Appointment
No Faculty Appointment
Ever
Total
Number Percent Number Percent Number Percent
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Note: Specialties with no reported residents were excluded.

Source: GME Track® as of Aug. 27, 2018, and Faculty Roster as of Sept. 30, 2018, snapshot.


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