In addition to the quantitative challenge in medical education, curricular mandates and innovative variations are bringing the undergraduate and graduate medical education worlds closer to the medical practice universe. ... Today's focus in medical
Green, MD, FACP, associate dean for medical education and competency achievement at Northwestern University's Feinberg School of Medicine in Chicago.“ Time constraints have limited our ability to connect with our ... One way to improve compliance with
of the neurology department at the Miami VA Healthcare System and director for undergraduate medical education at the University of Miami's Miller School of Medicine.“ Then, based upon their description, ... and Women's Hospital and Miriam Sydney
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,
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
Weinberger, MD, MACP. Dr. Moyer, who will be the first woman to serve in this role, is a well-known medical educator who was most recently assistant dean for graduate medical ... education and director of the internal medicine residency program at the
The hospitalization of a relative sets a leader in genomic research musing about how far medical practice has advanced in treating a common condition, and how far cutting-edge advances could ... It is time for all levels of medical education to provide
Katie Brennan, (center) a Maine Medical Center/Tufts University School of Medicine student. ... we decreased the amount of basic science,” said Richard Ortoski, DO, chair of the department of primary care education.
This issue covers patients who record physician visits, early interventions for hepatitis B, and the use of standardized patients in medical education. ... Standardized patients have been part of medical education for 55 years, but advances in training
Dr. Curtin graduated from Canisius College (Buffalo) and the University of Buffalo Medical School. ... Dr. Curtin later became the director of medical education and then chairman of the department of medicine at the Washington Hospital Center.