Many impediments to interprofessional education persist. A recent webinar offered examples of innovative technologies that can help eradicate them.
Too many physicians are ill-equipped to help patients to do the hard work of changing harmful health behaviors. The University of Connecticut School of Medicine is working to change that.
Simulation that uses sensory tools is helping med students understand the scope and impact of the condition.
By teaching motivational interviewing and identifying barriers, these coaches show medical students the power of lifestyle change.
A fellowship program at the Regenstrief Institute aims to develop physicians and other health professionals who can translate big data into better care.