Medical education is hugely expensive. Are students getting good value for their investment? One school looks at evaluating what they spend on education and what actually has the highest impact.
Medical School Innovation
Most medical students receive little training on how policy and economics shape health care. A new textbook includes a blueprint for understanding.
The death of a resident or a fellow by suicide can be earthshaking for coworkers and patients alike. A toolkit provides expert advice for survivors.
Michigan students lead initiative to coach their peers through developing more engaging presentations.
The ACGME and others launch an initiative to guide trainees in responding to distressed peers. It also offers help to those dealing with a suicide.
As more medical schools formalize high-value care in their curricula, a new health systems science textbook is helping to provide a framework for instruction.