Medical school admissions practices in the U.S. more likely to select applicants motivated by status, financial gains, and familial pressure to pursue medicine and may result in bias against applicants from lower income levels, new SortSmart study s
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LOS ANGELES, Jan. 16, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -

Highlights:

Majority (75%) of future doctors report they were primarily motivated to apply to medical school by status, financial gain, or familial tradition.

Only 25% of current student & residents are intrinsically...

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