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Archives of Surgery
Hypothesis: We hypothesized that increased enrollment of female medical students and different priorities of the current generation of students would be important influences on the declining interest in surgical careers. Design: Students scored statements on surgical careers on 5-point Likert scales regarding agreement and whether these statements encouraged them to pursue a career in surgery. Data were analyzed using the Mann-Whitney U test. Qualitative comments were iteratively coded using adoi:10.1001/archsurg.141.11.1086 pmid:17116801 fatcat:frpg7cnzvjflbjabuh7aszfreu