Medicaid, Medicare, funding for medical education and guarantees of health insurance coverage for all Americans are on the line in the upcoming presidential election. ... Q: 3) Will the federal government continue its commitment to fund public health,
One more thing to learn. As part of ACP Internist's standard profile feature, we ask physicians "What's one thing you wish you had learned in medical school?" Their answers ... But an article on Slate.com makes the argument that what's missing from
Despite the findings, study authors were pretty moderate in their recommended actions: "Medical schools should consider.discouraging excessive drinking," they concluded.
As funds for graduate medical education become increasingly scarce, some of these programs will likely reduce the number of training positions they offer, or shut down altogether.
As a medical educator, developing such schema help us teach and give a structure for the learners to remember how to diagnose a particular problem. ... Bob and da boss. He is an academic general internist at the University of Alabama School of Medicine,
Not having an addiction consult service is an extremely serious gap in student and resident medical education.”. ... Misuse. Medical education core competencies for the prevention and management of prescription drug misuse.
Borland went on to complete a gastroenterology fellowship at Duke University Medical Center. ... An endocrinologist by training, Dr. Federman held several roles at the school, including dean for students and alumni (1977 to 1989) and dean for medical
My practice of 8 physicians has been a patient-centered medical home for 8 years. ... Graduate medical education is at a precipice. The Association of American Medical Colleges recently predicted a shortage of 62,000 to 95,000 physicians nationally by
Finally, read a profile of Ruth-Marie (Rhee) Fincher, MD, MACP, a leader in medical education, and learn more about ACP's latest international efforts in India.
in his first year of residency, including the importance of one's peers to a high-quality medical education.