Facts and Figures Data Series
This report provides detailed data on the demographics and practice patterns of the physician workforce that graduated from U.S. M.D.-granting medical schools and trending data for select topics. The 2014 report is the inaugural year of the online edition of the series.
This publication provides a compendium of detailed statistical information on race and ethnicity and gender in medical education in the United States for the 2011 academic year as well as nearly a decade's worth of trending information for select topics.
This publication provides students, medical educators and administrators, researchers, policy makers, and the general public with a compendium of detailed statistical information on race, ethnicity, and gender in medical education in the United States for the 2007 academic year. This publication also includes data related to the precollege component of the education pipeline leading to the M.D. degree and other health sciences and health professions careers.
This publication provides physicians, medical students, faculty, administrators, researchers, and policy makers with a compendium of detailed statistical information on the demographics and practice patterns of the physician workforce that has graduated from U.S. allopathic medical schools. In addition, select data are included from the U.S. Census Bureau.
This periodic publication for students, medical educators, administrators, and policy makers provides detailed racial and ethnic statistical information on medical education in the U.S. It also contains data related to the pre-college part of the education pipeline leading to the M.D. degree, medical school graduates, and medical school faculty, as well as data from the 2000 U.S. Census. This publication is only available as a PDF.
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Diversity Data Snapshots (DDS) is an electronic newsletter containing relevant news sources, data points, and research findings related to diversity in higher education, academic medicine, and health equity.