In addition, participating physicians earn low-cost continuing education credits and are able to interact with colleagues with similar interests. ... Scott said. To solve the time issue, video conferences were scheduled during lunch and included an agenda
In terms of training, threads of lifestyle medicine are only now beginning to be introduced into medical education, said Dr. ... Baron, MD, MS, a primary care physician and associate dean for graduate and continuing medical education at the University of
Green, MD, FACP, associate dean for medical education and competency achievement at Northwestern University's Feinberg School of Medicine in Chicago. ... One way to improve compliance with hand hygiene among health care professionals is to indoctrinate
How I found myself in medical education: I worked for two years at the VA hospital in Tacoma, Wash. ... Future goals: Continue to be involved with medical education at a national level.
My first code. A real code deviates from what they depict in medical dramas like Grey's Anatomy. ... This post originally appeared at her blog, "And Thus, It Begins," which chronicles her journey through medical training from day 1 of medical school.
Present position: Professor of medicine, Tulane University; associate dean of graduate medical education, Tulane; internal medicine residency director, Tulane; Tulane chief of service, Charity and University Hospitals. ... Strengths based on training and
Limeri, FACP, clinical medical director of primary care at Ellis Hospital in Schenectady, N.Y. ... Dr. Monahan mentioned his loss of control over scheduling continuing medical education and vacation time as a major drawback.
Chief Medical Resident, Medical College of Virginia, 1980-1981. Certification: Internal medicine, 1978. ... book series on medical education and teaching published by ACP Press, 2011.
Third-year medical student David S. Keith is moving fast through his training. ... Katie Brennan, (center) a Maine Medical Center/Tufts University School of Medicine student.
Balfour, III, FACP, of San Diego looked on. Potential topics include reforming medical education to expose students to mentoring early in their education, changing Medicare payments to support the patient-centered ... medical home and care coordination,