The changes to conflict of interest policies are occurring primarily at academic medical centers and affect everything from free food and trinkets to funding for continuing medical education. ... Barnes, FACP, associate dean for continuing medical
Vote for your favorite entry. The Alliance for Academic Internal Medicine is offering The Toolkit Series: A Textbook for Internal Medicine Education Programs for internal medicine residency and fellowship education. ... The series is a valuable resource
When the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education decided in 2003 to limit residents' work to 80 hours per week, opponents said that the change would be a disaster for hospital ... When the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education
Clinician-educator Jeff Wiese, MD, MACP, addresses strategies to help new attending physicians assess, monitor, teach, and coach medical learners. ... Clinician-educator Jeff Wiese, MD, MACP, addresses strategies to help new attending physicians assess,
During one of these sessions, I had an encounter with a patient that emphasized to me the vital role of clinical experience in medical education and significantly altered my perception of ... Mr. Murphy is now a second-year medical student at the
While the number of U.S. medical students choosing internal medicine residencies continues in an upward trend, the exorbitant cost of medical education with the resulting financial burden on medical students ... medical education at ACP.
Traditional medical education has not focused much on this process of clinical reasoning, according to Robert Trowbridge, MD, FACP, director of undergraduate medical education in the department of medicine at Maine ... Medical Center in Portland and an
Resident work hours have been getting shorter for decades. But a recent change from the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education and new research on the impact of work-hour limits
Our findings suggest that only a small portion of medical costs might be reduced by tort reform,” they concluded. ... as an etiology of macrocytic anemia should be de-emphasized in medical education, and more emphasis should be placed on vitamin B.
One of the unique aspects of education in the hospital setting is the nature of those being coached. ... Just walk around the hospital or medical school calling people by their names for a year; you'll win an award.