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Population health expert highlights medicine’s 'third pillar'Professor in the School for the Science of Health Care Delivery Natalia Wilson, MD, MPH, discusses teaching population health to the next-generation of physicians, and how it will transform care.
Visiting professorships offer unique benefit to residents
Visiting professorships offer unique benefit to residentsUrology resident Nirmish Singla, MD, discusses the insight he’s gained from the experiences and perspectives of visiting professors and residents.
How to command patient trust while building experienceWhile questions about experience can be uncomfortable for new surgeons, Nirmish Singla, MD, believes the process of mastering procedures is invaluable to conveying the confidence necessary to help patients feel comfortable.
Research success during residency: Seven useful strategiesUrologic oncology fellow, Ariel Schulman, MD, shares some tips to help residents make research a positive experience.
Consider Choice E: Effective learning during residencyUrology resident, Nirmish Singla, MD, goes over some of the ways urologists can stay educated and informed in the infinite and dynamic curriculum that defines the medical field.
Prescribing decisions affected by student interaction with marketersMedical trainees who spend more time with pharmaceutical marketing representatives are less likely to make evidence-based choices when prescribing, according to a study recently published in JAMA Internal Medicine.
Medical student loan forgiveness: Programs exist to wipe away debtMany physicians have medical student loans of $180,000 or more, and are interested in finding ways to eliminate this debt through forgiveness. Here's what you need to know.
Online education improves dermatology knowledgeA standardized, online dermatology curriculum significantly improved dermatology knowledge among fourth year medical students enrolled in an introductory dermatology clerkship, according to a recent study.
Leverage your knowledge and create a legacyThe average ob/gyn might deliver 10 to 15 babies a month over a 30-year career—let’s say 4000 to 5000 in total. Inspire one medical student to enter our field every year by striking up a relationship during his or her clerkship, and you could influence the births of more than 100,000 babies down the road.
What do medical students need to know by heart?Reddit asked medical students and doctors "What do you consider absolutely important to know by heart? What do you look up?" We highlighted our favorite comments.