Every fall, medical students in their final year of study pick a specialty. I’m a professor at a medical school, and these
We are medical students — the next generation of physicians in America. Every day, we think about how to improve the health
Her Mother, says Angeline, "Was afraid I would have thought less of her for the choices she made, but to the contrary, I'm
The Boston event was part of the Second Annual Medicare-for-All National Day of Action put on by Students for a National
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This could be empathy 2.0 for the average med student, who is 24.
How can medical professionals address the needs of a rapidly diversifying population, when we cannot address prejudice within our own community?
Doctors and patients struggle to make authentic connections between one another. Both parties feel rushed during the typical
Without a new generation of scientists who can communicate clearly to the public and to other scientists, we are going to be in for some difficult times ahead in which our progress as a nation will be hindered.
Abusive behavior is one of the reasons women physicians are traumatized in our current healthcare system. Hold your head up high, stand your ground, and never apologize for being a woman.
I conclude that this is an unethical study, based on risk-potential benefit considerations, and will follow up in a subsequent post to suggest that absence of informed consent from patients and medical residents signifies a dangerous trend in so-called "comparative effectiveness" research.
For many medical students, especially those without specific predetermined career paths, finding passion and purpose through medical education includes navigating through many maladaptive impulses that exist in the process of obtaining a medical degree.
Law schools must begin recognizing the damage that is being caused to interpersonal relationships and our overall society, due to the low EQ levels of those involved in the field of law and make a concerted effort to address this extremely serious problem.
Despite evidence-based medicine's role as an incredible advancement in the history of medical care and patient management, there remains many challenges that young clinicians must face when attempting to implement EBM into their respective practices.
The way you interact with your fellow med student colleagues at work calls out your job description. It's not the content of what you say to each other as you cross paths in the hospital hallways that leaves your identity utterly exposed. Rather, it is the way your eyes transmit a complex but mutual signal of despair and competition that clearly says it all.