Medical Students

Why is #MeToo Missing From Medical Schools?

Why is #MeToo Missing From Medical Schools?

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As the #MeToo movement has gained strength, reports of sexual harassment at medical schools have mostly remained stagnant.

ACP: Recommendations to Combat Negative Hidden Curricula in Medicine

ACP: Recommendations to Combat Negative Hidden Curricula in Medicine

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In medicine, there is often a disconnect between what is taught in the classroom and what students observe in clinical practice.

International Medical Graduates Moving to High-Income Countries: What Are the Consequences?

International Medical Graduates Moving to High-Income Countries: What Are the Consequences?

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Although international medical graduates provide invaluable services to the United States, these clinicians are also often a critical resource for their home countries.

The Benefits of a Hidden Curriculum in Medicine

The Benefits of a Hidden Curriculum in Medicine

The American College of Physicians presents recommendations for optimizing clinical learning environments by fostering a positive hidden curriculum in medicine.

Depressive Symptoms in Medical Interns Increased With Work-Family Conflicts

Depressive Symptoms in Medical Interns Increased With Work-Family Conflicts

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Depressive symptoms increase during medical internships for both men and women, but the increase is greater among women.

Overemphasis on Performance and Achievement Hurting Medical Students

Overemphasis on Performance and Achievement Hurting Medical Students

An intense culture of performance and achievement, coupled with ever-growing expectations is causing distress — if not mental illness — in medical students.

Curbing Depression in Medical Students

Curbing Depression in Medical Students

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"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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