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OVERVIEW AND BENEFITS
This report examines first-year medical school matriculants over the past decade and projects first-year matriculants through 2027. Together with
related data, the report enables academic medicine leaders to launch impactful and far-reaching dialogue around issues that affect health care.
Based on results from the 16th annual AAMC Survey of Medical School Enrollment Plans, this report presents detailed findings such as the
- U.S. MD-granting school enrollment has grown 33% since 2002-
- Concern about the availability of graduate medical education
opportunities at the state and national levels remains high.
- A large majority of schools are concerned about the number of
clinical training sites and available preceptors.
- Enrollment increases at DO-granting schools continue.
Note: The 2019 survey was completed before the COVID-19 pandemic, so
this report does not include enrollment counts or reported concerns that
have come up since the pandemic began.
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