Changing the learning environment and reforming programs is important to improving the well-being of medical students.
In a recent issue of JAMA focused on medical education, researchers and physicians explore what's working and what's not in medical education.
A total of 30 750 positions were available, with an overall match rate 96.2% and 96.3% of first-year positions filled.
Video games can play a role in medical education, offering new methods for teaching medical students, according to a report published by the American Medical Association.
Attending physician workload is associated with lower teaching effectiveness, according to a study published in the Journal of Hospital Medicine.
More than half of physicians report at least 1 symptom of burnout, according to the AMA, and efforts are being undertaken to address burnout.
Despite an increase in number of U.S. medical school graduates, there has been no change in graduate medical education placement.
More than 1 in 4 resident physicians may be depressed, according to a study published in JAMA.
Effective transmission of knowledge, facilitation of reflective practice, and a supportive environment can educate physicians to deliver high-value, cost-conscious care.
Vanderbilt University School of Medicine has developed a complex system to chart performance.
Clinical faculty with low occupational burnout were more likely to be in action stage of change.
Modification of traditional SOAP presentation will include discussion of value helps medical students.
Importance of understanding costs due to ACA, prevalence of high-deductible plans.
Academic performance of students is comparable in accelerated program and conventional MD program.
Discussions with faculty members are linked to all self-reported high-value care behaviors.
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