Originally Posted by dmf2682
I voted for 36-40 not because I don't think others cant handle it, but because the time spent in practice will be less than someone 15 years younger. If there are only so many seats in medical school and a national shortage of physicians it doesn't make sense to train short timers.
Do you think the fact that non-trads are more likely to enter primary care outweighs this at all? I understand the shortage applies to almost every specialty, but primary care is specifically hurting.