Health information technology had a significant impact on medical education—at both the graduate and undergraduate levels—in 2017.
Faculty from innovative schools are incorporating med ed’s “third pillar” and highlight its benefits for students, physicians and patients.
With the right measure of discipline, medical students can create healthy financial habits that translate to a prosperous future.
How accrediting bodies across the continuum can confront challenges and create lifelong learners.
An 82-year-old woman complains of an intermittent throbbing headache over two weeks. What is the most appropriate next step in management?
There is an increased need for clerkship spots for U.S. medical students. The AMA will call for greater capacity.