Award-winning tool lets Virginia students interact with diverse patient stories to better appreciate the barriers real patients face.
UME and GME need to move beyond a culture that sees med students and residents as different species and find a common language—and metrics—for both.
The University of Connecticut is one of several medical schools using an adapted EHR for case presentation. The platform features thousands of records with real patient data.
Being partial outsiders, medical students and residents have useful insights into medical education, argues a recent commentary in the journal Academic Medicine.
“Mini med school” projects inspire disadvantaged youth to consider health careers and help medical students get to know underserved communities.