Physicians must lead the way by ensuring that disruptive innovations improve patient care, says AMA CEO James L. Madara, MD.
These three medical schools are facilitating medical students’ earlier involvement in clinical care and quality improvement, a win-win for training and health systems.
In an effort to expand the scope of its goal of changing medical education, the AMA announced a new program to transform residency training.
A safety-focused simulation aims to help medical students and residents identify potential hazards in a hospital room before they cause harm.
Virtual anatomy labs are changing how gross anatomy is taught. Find out what virtual cadavers add, and why real cadavers can’t be displaced entirely.