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Diversity efforts drive rise in female and minority medical school students

19:00 EST 3 Dec 2018 | AAAS

(Yale University) Medical schools in the United States are accepting more women and minority students a decade after diversity standards were introduced by a national accrediting body. According to Yale researchers, the standards are associated with an increase in both the number and proportion of applicants from underrepresented groups, suggesting that the pool of minority talent is sufficient to boost diversity.

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