Why are today's medical students choosing high-technology specialties over internal medicine?

W. H. Bunch, V. M. Dvonch, R. Lewis, D. Babbott, G. W. Mitchell, H. J. Mankin, A. E. Kolker, D. W. Parke, L. F. Fallon, A. R. Tunkel, L. A. Katz, Thomas A Traill, Stephen C Achuff, C. L. Schields, E. Reiss, J. McAdam, D. M. Bastible, C. M. Weber, B. C. Scanlan

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Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)453-456
Number of pages4
JournalNew England Journal of Medicine
Volume318
Issue number7
StatePublished - 1988

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Bunch, W. H., Dvonch, V. M., Lewis, R., Babbott, D., Mitchell, G. W., Mankin, H. J., ... Scanlan, B. C. (1988). Why are today's medical students choosing high-technology specialties over internal medicine? New England Journal of Medicine, 318(7), 453-456.

Why are today's medical students choosing high-technology specialties over internal medicine? / Bunch, W. H.; Dvonch, V. M.; Lewis, R.; Babbott, D.; Mitchell, G. W.; Mankin, H. J.; Kolker, A. E.; Parke, D. W.; Fallon, L. F.; Tunkel, A. R.; Katz, L. A.; Traill, Thomas A; Achuff, Stephen C; Schields, C. L.; Reiss, E.; McAdam, J.; Bastible, D. M.; Weber, C. M.; Scanlan, B. C.

In: New England Journal of Medicine, Vol. 318, No. 7, 1988, p. 453-456.

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Bunch, WH, Dvonch, VM, Lewis, R, Babbott, D, Mitchell, GW, Mankin, HJ, Kolker, AE, Parke, DW, Fallon, LF, Tunkel, AR, Katz, LA, Traill, TA, Achuff, SC, Schields, CL, Reiss, E, McAdam, J, Bastible, DM, Weber, CM & Scanlan, BC 1988, 'Why are today's medical students choosing high-technology specialties over internal medicine?', New England Journal of Medicine, vol. 318, no. 7, pp. 453-456.
Bunch WH, Dvonch VM, Lewis R, Babbott D, Mitchell GW, Mankin HJ et al. Why are today's medical students choosing high-technology specialties over internal medicine? New England Journal of Medicine. 1988;318(7):453-456.
Bunch, W. H. ; Dvonch, V. M. ; Lewis, R. ; Babbott, D. ; Mitchell, G. W. ; Mankin, H. J. ; Kolker, A. E. ; Parke, D. W. ; Fallon, L. F. ; Tunkel, A. R. ; Katz, L. A. ; Traill, Thomas A ; Achuff, Stephen C ; Schields, C. L. ; Reiss, E. ; McAdam, J. ; Bastible, D. M. ; Weber, C. M. ; Scanlan, B. C. / Why are today's medical students choosing high-technology specialties over internal medicine?. In: New England Journal of Medicine. 1988 ; Vol. 318, No. 7. pp. 453-456.
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