Medical education snaps into 'BST' mode. We have an amazing culture of teaching at Emory. ... Kimberly Manning, MD, FACP, FAAP is an associate professor of medicine at Emory University School of Medicine in Atlanta, Georgia where she teaches medical
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ACP providing guidance and education to help them safely and effectively integrate telehealth into their practices,” Dr. ... the gap between physician use of telehealth and patients' desire for flexibility and access to their physicians,” said
Perhaps equally important, however, our close patient interactions frequently produce perspectives and relationships that, for all the suffering and death, and the challenging medical and social situations, allow us to participate ... But before pushing
HIPAA inhibits medical education through case studies. It was an interesting tweet that referenced a soon-to-be-published case report from the Annals of Emergency Medicine (via @EmergencyDocs) that piqued ... But details about cases may need to be very
So, how does medical education need to transform? In more ways than one, it turns out. ... Technology. There was a lot of discussion about technology to boost medical education.
Graduate Medical Education: successes despite challenges. In a post a few days ago, Dr. ... This post originally appeared at Mired in MedEd, where he blogs about medical education.
Residency program directors serve an intimidating number of masters, leading them to worry about the“ go-live” of the new accreditation system for graduate medical education. ... locked into place when Medicare was enacted in 1965, with its provision
What I learned about medical education from Japanese students. David Fleming, MD, MACP, immediate past-president of the American College of Physicians, and I were in Kyoto, Japan, speaking at the ... During a delightful authentic Japanese dinner with key
The goal of medical education #meded. I started medical school in 1971 (yes 46 years ago). ... UASOM. He still makes inpatient rounds over 100 days each year. This post originally appeared at his blog, db's Medical Rants.
According to Dr. Hoellein, the role of the standardized patient in medical education is likely to expand, with a focus on compentency-based medical education. ... Wearable technology is designed to go on top of a live person and simulate certain medical