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Career choices for emergency medicine: national surveys of graduates of 1993–2009 from all UK medical schools
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    Emergency medicine: the job we're all waiting for?

    Much has been written about the current difficulties of recruiting and retaining doctors in key specialities: most recently psychiatry (1) and emergency medicine (2).

    Concurrently there has been a year-on-year decline in the number of doctors choosing to enter speciality training immediately upon finishing their FY2 year: in 2013 only 64% of FY2's chose to enter speciality training (3). Instead, many FY2's opt...

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