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Are Cambodians still considered ORM?

Oct 14, 2011
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0.1% of the US is cambodian, but only 0.01%-ish of doctors are Cambodian.
That is more of a school-by-school basis, but among Asian ethnicities, I personally would consider it underrepresented. I think I had cited HRSA or AHRQ statements regarding this. It is tricky since they are not always included in all URM definitions. Furthermore, Asians in general society are underrepresented in American leadership positions, including health care (Why East Asians but not South Asians are underrepresented in leadership positions in the United States).
 
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