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A Career in the US as a Doctor
This project is based on the results of the "Student Attitude Survey" conducted by the Student Committee of the ACP Japan Chapter. The results of this survey showed that the number of medical students who want to work overseas is very high, 381 out of 548, or about 70% (however, this is a voluntary survey and should take into account the fact that many of the respondents are interested students). However, there was a gap in the number of students who said they were "seriously thinking" about working abroad, at 40%. The current situation is that few students actually take action.
Learn more about this program "A Career in the US as a Doctor".
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Physician Well-being and Professional Fulfillment
Providing guidance and resources that foster communities of well-being for internists to best serve patients and optimize professional fulfillment.
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Learn how ACP Well-being Champions are making a difference around the world.
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