Future research could help determine whether interventions targeting both patient profiles could help improve attendance.
Inequality in Otolaryngology Residency Interview Invitations
When it comes to early-career physicians interviewing for otolaryngology residency slots, it’s a story of haves and have-nots.
Third-year resident Andrew Lee, MD, of Johns Hopkins Medicine in Baltimore, reported that 19% of applicants took up 38% of available interviews. Just 26% of all otolaryngology applicants took up half of all interviews. Out of all the specialties reviewed, otolaryngology had the highest percentage of applicants taking up 50% of all interviews.| ← Previous | | | Next → | Single Page