5-1

 

Ratio of demand to supply of medical students who designate a given residency as their first career choice, versus the expected lifetime income,

 

141

5-2

 

Percent of National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) research project grants that were awarded to principal investigators, stratified by highest degree,

 

148

5-3

 

Success rate of National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) research project grant applications, stratified by degree of the principal investigator,

 

149

5-4

 

Total number (table) and percentage (graph) of all, female, and international medical graduate (IMGs) physicians declaring research as their primary activity, 1970–2000,

 

152

5-5

 

Number of international medical graduates (IMG) and U.S. medical graduates who entered psychiatry as PGY1 residents,

 

155

BOXES

2-1

 

Rationale for Incorporating Research Training into the Residency Experience,

 

38

3-1

 

Requirements Prescribed by the Psychiatry Residency Review Committee for Accredited Programs in Adult (General) Psychiatry,

 

73

3-2

 

Requirements Prescribed by the Psychiatry Residency Review Committee for Accredited Programs in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry,

 

74

3-3

 

Summary of Topics Included on Written Portion of Psychiatry Board Examination,

 

81

5-1

 

Nonsalary Benefits of a Research Career,

 

144

6-1

 

Three Studies Suggesting the Need for Psychiatrist-Researchers,

 

170–171



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