This Viewpoint discusses the values of teaching genetics in the first year of medical school.
This Viewpoint discusses the use of storytelling through comics as an expression of adverse experiences in medical education and how creative projects might help increase satisfaction for physicians at all stages of a health care career.
This study investigates associations between the presence of medical students in the emergency department and patient length of stay at 3 urban academic hospitals in the United States.
This systematic review analyzes how physicians are educated to deliver high-value, cost-conscious care and the circumstances that influence this learning.
This Viewpoint discusses “pimping” as a medical teaching tool in clinical rounds and its future use in relation to increasing awareness of student mistreatment.
This Medical News & Perspectives story takes a look at a federal scholarship program that awards graduating medical students with up to $120 000 in loan repayment in exchange for 3 years of full-time service in an area with a shortage of primary care physicians.
This cohort study among US medical schools investigates the effects of extra MCAT test administration time on acceptance rates, graduation rates, and pass rates on the United States Medical Licensing Examination Step examinations.
This Viewpoint article explores contemporary roles under consideration for medical students providing longitudinal patient care.
This Viewpoint discusses changes in the use of electronic health records in medical student education.
Deane and Murphy report on student attendance and academic performance in undergraduate obstetrics/gynecology clinical rotations.