International medical graduates may face bias during fellowship recruitment process

Non-U.S. citizen international medical graduates likely face considerable bias during the hematology/oncology fellowship recruitment process, according to study results.
More than one-third of physicians practicing hematology/oncology in the United States are international medical graduates.
“There is very little data about perceptions regarding them and how they do in the fellowship recruitment process,” Ayesha Butt, MBBS, postdoctoral research associate in hematology at Yale Cancer Center, told Healio.
Butt and colleagues conducted a national survey of U.S. hematology and medical

Non-U.S. citizen international medical graduates likely face considerable bias during the hematology/oncology fellowship recruitment process, according to study results.
More than one-third of physicians practicing hematology/oncology in the United States are international medical graduates.
“There is very little data about perceptions regarding them and how they do in the fellowship recruitment process,” Ayesha Butt, MBBS, postdoctoral research associate in hematology at Yale Cancer Center, told Healio.
Butt and colleagues conducted a national survey of U.S. hematology and medical