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
April 2018 in the Journal of Graduate Medical Education. ... International medical graduates in the U.S. physician workforce and graduate medical education: Current and historical trends.
Researching medical knowledge online involves knowing three different types of resources, summary sites, society sites and primary literature. ... Arora, who focuses on medical education, quality improvement and patient safety in her work.
She graduated from the University of Michigan before attending medical school at Michigan State University. ... Dr. Schumann is a general internist. His blog, GlassHospital, seeks to bring transparency to medical practice and to improve the patient
the coast but not here yet,” said Michael Barr, MD, MBA, FACP, senior vice president of medical practice, professionalism and quality for ACP, which co-sponsored the medical education event with ... the Institute for Continuing Healthcare Education and
PCPs can't access the oncology medical records and it is more difficult for an oncologist to follow up with a PCP.”. ... This includes increasing the availability of evidence-based guidelines on cancer survivorship, providing additional opportunities
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
The problem-oriented approach is not just a byproduct of the payment system, though, it is at the very core of medical education.
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.
You're in medical school, right?". I stopped in my tracks and turned my attention toward him. ... But never did I imagine that as a first year medical student, an acquaintance would turn to me for advice.