Whitcomb calls producing capable physician workforce "challenging"

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In an editorial (Academic Medicine, Dec. 2007), Michael Whitcomb, MD, called producing a capable physician workforce “the most important challenge facing academic medicine.” He called for changes to the GME system, more internists and surgeons, and increased diversity.

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