The role students play in medical education should go beyond learning and listening, says psychiatrist Alisha Moreland-Capuia, MD.
A program at the Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University is creating physicians equipped to treat opioid-use disorder as residents.
Jay Margalus comes from the world of video games and big data, and says there’s room for creative thinking in medical education.
Population-health expert David Nash, MD, says it is time for medical schools to help “retool the factory floor for the future.”
It is critical to equip physicians-in-training with the skills to lead so they can succeed in all practice environments.