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Liaison Committee on Medical Education. ... medical schools and osteopathic schools will be unable to find residency positions,” the authors wrote.
August 2012

Be smart about smartphone use

They can be a very valuable tool in medical education and patient care. ... In fact, there are now medical schools and residencies that are requiring their trainees to own smartphones.
January 2013

Top Docs

in areas of hospitalist practice such as patient care, quality improvement, and medical education. ... His prior survey on the national prevalence of bullying in graduate medical education, published in March by PLOS ONE, was featured in the June issue
November 2016

Tips for social media users

Chretien. She and her colleagues gathered some of those principles in a study of Twitter “superusers” (medical students who regularly tweeted about medical education and their own professional development) and published ... Documentation about
May 2016

Succeeding as a new hospitalist

Farnan, MD, ACP Member, assistant professor and hospitalist at the University of Chicago Medical Center. ... How much vacation and continuing medical education time will I get?
July 2012

ACP releases updated Ethics Manual

As an added bonus for ACP members and subscribers to Annals of Internal Medicine, a continuing medical education (CME) quiz and maintenance of certification (MOC) module are available online, along with
January 2012

What peers are made of, and why it matters

Amid the busyness of residency training, one thing quickly becomes clear: A majority of our education comes from our peers. ... Conferences, didactics, individual reading and simulations all have discrete places within graduate medical education.
January 2013

Hospitalist grand rounds: Vision to reality

Medical grand rounds have long held a prominent place in medical education, both for trainees and practicing clinicians. ... Current status of medical grand rounds in departments of medicine at US medical schools.
October 2014

Education program for prescribing opioids now available

The program marks the first time that an FDA-required REMS program included a continuing medical education (CME) component supported by education grants from industry. ... REMS-funded training programs for opioid prescribers adhere to the curriculum
July 2013

Yes, sickle cell is a pain

said. At Johns Hopkins, the improvement effort is part of the iHOMES (Improving Health Outcomes and Medical Education for Sickle Cell Disease) project, a federally funded initiative to address shortcomings in ... Feldman. The education includes both
April 2013

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