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Fig. 2 | BMC Medical Education

Fig. 2

From: Students’ intentions to practice primary care are associated with their motives to become doctors: a longitudinal study

Fig. 2

Evolution of the rating of motives for becoming a doctor. The figure represents changes in 10 motives for becoming a doctor in a cohort of 217 medical students followed over four years (academic year 3 to 6). Individual graphs represent the number of students on the y axis (on the left of the graph), separated by academic year (3 to 6: y axis on the right of each graph), and the ordinal rating of each motive on the x axis (from 1 = very little important to 6 = very important). The asterisks indicate a significant difference in the distribution of the responses of the respective year (4, 5, and 6) compared to year 3 (year of reference) for each motive

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