Experts have proposed a variety of modifications to medical education in response to COVID-19, and new tools help predict patient volumes and personal protective equipment use. ... Several recent articles offered ideas about medical education during the
Shah, MD, MPP, assistant professor at Harvard Medical School in Boston and founder of Costs of Care, a nonprofit organization focused on helping clinicians provide better care at lower cost. ... Braddock III, MD, MACP, vice dean for medical education at
A: Certainly, people have learned how to do clinical reasoning over the course of their medical education for a long time. ... And that's always going to be a central part of [medical education], in terms of using a case-based approach where coaches or
Ethics and professionalism are part of the “hidden curriculum” in medical school, and physicians must remember to model appropriate behavior for their students, a new position paper from ACP states. ... The educational and social milieu of medical
Daily Strength has support groups for people with more than 500 medical conditions. ... EverydayHEALTH is a general medical news site, with health calculators, polls and discussion boards.
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
Photo by Thinkstock. Dr. Chase is working with IBM to retrofit the company's “Watson” supercomputer for medical use. ... Chase. “It shifts the educational focus from memorization to analysis.”. Yet the medical education establishment is a long
An increase in the allowed shift length for first-year residents was among the changes recently proposed in a public letter from the CEO of the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical ... Education (ACGME).
medical director of the Eskenazi Health Critical Care Recovery Center in Indianapolis, which is affiliated with Indiana University. ... The list, posted April 22 on Life in the Fast Lane, an emergency medicine and critical care medical education blog,
Researchers compared two duty-hour configurations: the standard policies adopted in 2011 by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) and more flexible policies that did not limit shift length ... Primary outcomes were interns'