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10:25 am
Thu April 10, 2014

Not Enough Doctors? How The Medical Education System Is Contributing To The Shortage

U.S. Navy Ens. Frank Percy, right, a physician’s assistant, works alongside a medical student.
Credit Seaman S. C. Irwin, United States Navy

It is a great time to become a physician in the U.S. There is a growing need for doctors of all kinds, so if you invest in medical school, chances are, you will find a job. By the end of this decade, it’s projected that the country will be short 90,000 physicians.

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Health
2:32 pm
Mon September 9, 2013

Duke Institute Looks For New Ideas In Access To Medicine

Credit Duke Medicine

A gathering in Durham today marks the launch of the Duke Institute for Health Innovation.  Leaders in healthcare, education and government will participate in the 'Summit on Transformative Innovation in Health Care.' 

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