In a diverse learning pool, there is ample opportunity for cultural and other mix-ups. There are many tools to help coaches navigate the terrain.
Too often, residents accentuate the negative—some even suffer from imposter syndrome. Academic coaches can help them think through problems and devise fixes.
This new approach can help physicians-in-training flourish. An expert panel offers insight on what it takes to make one work.
Teaching medical students to work with other health professionals is tough without other health professions trainees on campus. But this medical school found a way to do it.
A program at Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine is turning to the next generation of physicians to solve issues with the health system.