Medical Training

Opioid Manufacturers Providing Training for Clinicians

Opioid Manufacturers Providing Training for Clinicians

In an effort to halt the ongoing opioid addiction crisis, US regulators are requiring manufacturers to provide extensive training to doctors.

Modern Sexism in Medicine: a Q&A

Modern Sexism in Medicine: a Q&A

We are lagging in terms of regulating work hours and wellness. We are behind in getting help for physicians suffering from addiction and depression. We are behind in demanding better pay, and we continue to tolerate pay cuts despite our rising costs.

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."

Medical Education: Improving Learning and Evaluation for Residents

Medical Education: Improving Learning and Evaluation for Residents

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In a recent issue of JAMA focused on medical education, researchers and physicians explore what's working and what's not in medical education.

U.S. Medical Schools to Expand Training on Opioid Abuse

U.S. Medical Schools to Expand Training on Opioid Abuse

Health experts note that opioids are prescribed too often, possibly because of poor training

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