Training the Physicians of Tomorrow

Gross anatomy has been a standard part of the early years of medical education for generations. Typically taught using cadavers that are dissected, the class offers students their first hands-on lessons in the body’s structure and the organs that exist beneath its surface.

Why the virtual anatomy lab won’t replace the real thing

Gross anatomy has been a standard part of the early years of medical education for generations. Typically taught using cadavers that are dissected, the class offers students their first hands-on lessons in the body’s structure and the organs that exist beneath its surface.

Patient handoffs: 4 best practices medical residents must heed

You can make the right diagnosis, order the right treatments and have your patient well on the way to a safe discharge from the hospital. But now you need to get what’s scattered across the medical record and buried inside your brain into the hands and heads of your colleagues on the next shift. That patient handoff is where problems often arise. Learn from an expert what you can do to make sure it goes well.

Med ed is being transformed. Meet 3 taking it into practice.

How standardized patient videos can change assessment in med ed

Medical residents are often equipped with enthusiasm to function as change agents in a clinical setting. The mechanisms for them to make a positive impact, however, are not always available. Rather than making residents bystanders in quality improvement projects, this medical center is giving them a chance to shape systemwide innovation.

Meet your new safety and quality watchdog: the medical resident

3 ways virtual patients help medical students step up their game

How AI is driving new medical frontier for physician training

3 ways medical schools are embracing gamification

Free medical school tuition at NYU marks bold step

Technology is playing an increasingly significant role in medical student and program assessment. Leaders from three member schools of the AMA Accelerating Change in Medical Education Consortium are using medical student portfolio programs to improve institutional awareness of how students learn and the roadblocks they face.

How 3 medical schools use informatics for precise assessment

Prioritizing an overlooked lesson in medical school: How to lead

South Africa program takes health systems science international

South Africa program takes health systems science international

Real-world examples bring health systems science home

New approach equips med school grads for tomorrow’s health system

Seeds sown to change medical education continue to bear fruit

As health navigators, students see value of team approach

Hotspotting gives med students insight on vulnerable patients

Students learn health system as whole, C-suite to parking lot

Patient safety culture should start in medical school