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The paper, “Payback Time: The Association of Debt and Income with Medical Student Career Choice,” was published online Sept. 19 in the journal Medical Education and was co-authored by Dr. Martha Grayson of Albert Einstein College of Medicine. Grayson was at New York Medical College at the time of the study.
Authors: Martha S. Grayson, Albert Einstein College of Medicine; Dale A. Newton, East Carolina University; Lori Foster Thompson, North Carolina State University
Published: online Sept. 19 in Medical Education
North Carolina State University
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