DAVID M. LEVINE, M.D.
The two companion papers in this issue (1, 2) from the National Study of Internal Medicine Manpower, "V. Comparison of Residents in Internal Medicine: Future Generalists and Subspecialists," and "VI. Factors Predicting Preferences of Residents for Careers in Primary Care or Subspecialty Care and Clinical Practice or Academic Medicine," continue the fine work of Tarlov, Weil, Schleiter, and associates, investigating the variables that influence trends in the supply and distribution of physicians in internal medicine. Within the limits of the methods used and acceptable generalization, the study examined the relations of background, personal, and environmental factors to variation in career
LEVINE DM. Career Intentions in Internal Medicine. Ann Intern Med. 1981;94:704–706. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-94-5-704
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