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Survey of Residents Completing Training in NY in 2016
The Center for Health Workforce Studies at the School of Public Health, University at Albany, is collaborating with teaching hospitals in New York to conduct a survey of all medical residents and fellows completing a training program in New York. This survey is used to collect information about graduating residents including their demographic characteristics, plans after graduation, experience searching for a job and evaluations of the job market for new physicians. The primary objectives of this research are to better understand the outcomes of residency training and to assess the job market for new physicians by specialty.
The survey asks each respondent to provide their name. This information is used only for the purpose of determining who has responded to the survey so that survey administrators may follow up with non-respondents. Data will be analyzed and presented only in aggregate form and the information provided by individual respondents will be kept confidential.
All residents and fellows completing a training program in New York are asked to complete this survey. Please answer as many questions as are applicable. You may skip questions which you are not comfortable answering.
If you have any questions about the survey or would like more information about the research being conducted, please contact:
David P. Armstrong, PhD
Survey of Residents Completing Training in NY
Center for Health Workforce Studies
1 University Place / Suite 220
Rensselaer, NY 12144-3445
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This research has been approved by the New York State Department of Health Institutional Review Board. To view the research protocol, please visit:
If you have any questions about your rights as a subject in this research study, please contact Mr. Tony Watson, Administrative Coordinator, New York State Department of Health Institutional Review Board at (518) 474-8539.
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