A new study finds more emergency medicine residencies are available, but hundreds of the positions are going unfilled.
The COVID-19 pandemic put a spotlight on how fragmented medical care can be. Relational, or person-centered, medicine is attempting to provide solutions.
A lack of empathy can be fatal, for both doctors and patients.
Education has a role to play in addressing the shortage of family doctors. A new program is designed specifically for comprehensive, community-based family practice.
The 2023 budget is unlikely to do the one thing our health system needs: provide the funding for a new medical school to meet our growing need for locally trained doctors.
A winning medical school application requires stories about observing clinical care. But applicants’ quests to get clinical experiences have unintended and surprisingly far-reaching consequences.
Courses designed to foster peer-to-peer learning in virtual spaces can yield research insights across disciplines.
Medical schools need long-term equity planning and built-in accountability measures in order to help realize a larger vision of anti-racist and inclusive health care.