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The New Internal Medicine Fellowship Match Timeline: A Change in the Right Direction

      The Alliance for Academic Internal Medicine, in collaboration with subspecialty societies and the National Residency Matching Program, has developed a new match timeline for medicine fellowships.

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      • Changes in Internal Medicine Fellowship Timeline Are Not Favorable for Applicants on J1 Visa
        The American Journal of MedicineVol. 128Issue 11
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          We read with much interest the Alliance for Academic Internal Medicine perspective “The New Internal Medicine Fellowship Match Timeline: A Change in the Right Direction,” published in the November 2014 issue of The American Journal of Medicine.1 In this survey, the Association of Program Directors in Internal Medicine survey committee showed that the changes in the internal medicine fellowship timeline were perceived as beneficial by internal medicine residency program directors for both residency and fellowship programs, as well as for fellowship applicants.
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