Following the repeal of net neutrality regulations, public focus has been on consumer internet use, but medical education may also suffer.
Enhancing health equity and addressing societal healthcare disparities is dependent on American medical schools committing to a social mission.
Unknown unknowns continue to surround us, unseen and unaccounted for, right up until the moment 1 of our patients gets hurt.
The majority of PA students and practicing PAs did not feel that their PA program adequately trained them to screen for opioid abuse.
President Donald Trump's executive order that bans nationals of 7 countries from entering the United States for at least 90 days will have a deleterious effect on graduate medical education.
Healthcare education lacks the fundamentals required to properly address sexual health, leaving providers poorly prepared to support patients.
"The main changes needed in medical education are primarily structural with pass/fail grading and reduction in class time and amount of information being taught."
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