Student perspectives on the diversity climate at a U.S. medical school: the need for a broader definition of diversity
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Student Perspectives on Diversity Climate @US #MedSchool - Need for Broader Definition of Diversity http://t.co/4bI1MphKhm RT @BMC_series

Student Perspectives on Diversity Climate @US #MedSchool - Need for Broader Definition of Diversity http://t.co/KKb23VgUW6 RT @BMC_series

Student Perspectives on Diversity Climate @US #MedSchool - Need for Broader Definition of Diversity http://t.co/H1LdpVTjXp RT @BMC_series

Student Perspectives on Diversity Climate @US #MedSchool - Need for Broader Definition of Diversity http://t.co/KKb23VgUW6 RT @BMC_series

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# Country As %
1 US 100%
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Members of the public 3 100%
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1 US 40%
Unknown 60%
Reader demographics
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Medicine 2 40%
Biological Sciences 1 20%
Social Sciences 1 20%
Education 1 20%
Readers by professional status Count As %
Doctoral Student 1 20%
Lecturer 1 20%
Student (Postgraduate) 1 20%
Researcher (at an Academic Institution) 1 20%
Assistant Professor 1 20%
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