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Published: Marcia Ditmyer
Marcia Ditmyer (Dental) co-authored “2015 Rhuematology Workforce Study: The Role of Graduate Medical Education in Adult Rheumatology,” which assessed the demographic characteristics and employment trends of new entrants entering the rheumatology workforce and its impact on the supply of rheumatologits during the next 15 years. The article appeared in the February issue of Arthritis & Rheumatology.
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