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September 23, 2022

What Med Students Need to Know About Money What Med Students Need to Know About Money

For 10 weeks each spring, fourth-year medical students at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS) gather for 2 hours on Monday evenings to talk […]
September 9, 2022

Med School Bullying; Women and Cardiac Rehab; and Oncology Fee Cuts Med School Bullying; Women and Cardiac Rehab; and Oncology Fee Cuts

Bullying Rife in Medical Academia Bullying remains an underreported problem in academic medicine, with little data on its prevalence. The true extent of bullying in medical […]
August 26, 2022

Workload and Extra Responsibilities Affect Interns’ Health Workload and Extra Responsibilities Affect Interns’ Health

Stress, anxiety, depression, SARS-CoV-2 infections and deaths, dry eye syndrome, and gastrointestinal diseases feature among the problems that medical interns have reported. These problems result from […]
August 25, 2022

Proposed Two-Phased Match Aims to Reduce Student Stress Proposed Two-Phased Match Aims to Reduce Student Stress

The National Resident Matching Program (NRMP) has witnessed a string of reforms, including those related to the pandemic over the past 3 years and the creation […]
August 19, 2022

Can Assistant Physician Licenses Solve Matching Issues? Can Assistant Physician Licenses Solve Matching Issues?

Faarina Khan, MD, MPH, always knew she’d have to overcome obstacles to achieve her dream career in medicine. As an American citizen who attended Dow Medical […]
August 19, 2022

Nurses of Color Finding More Financial Aid Avenues Nurses of Color Finding More Financial Aid Avenues

Dr Danielle McCamey While the nursing workforce has grown more diverse, underrepresentation remains a persistent issue and one that has trickle-down implications for providing culturally competent […]
August 12, 2022

Thanks to COVID, Clinical Skills Testing Will Never Be the Same Thanks to COVID, Clinical Skills Testing Will Never Be the Same

Upheaval during the COVID pandemic has forced a rethinking of the steps to medical licensure, most recently clinical skills assessments. As a result, medical students across […]
August 5, 2022

‘A Dream Come True’: Resident Aims to Treat Marginalized Patients ‘A Dream Come True’: Resident Aims to Treat Marginalized Patients

Hector Mora, MD, rarely saw a doctor as a child. Until he started medical school, he didn’t have health insurance. His parents, who brought him and […]
July 25, 2022

Students Exit White Coat Ceremony Over Speaker’s Abortion Stance Students Exit White Coat Ceremony Over Speaker’s Abortion Stance

Dozens of University of Michigan medical students walked out of their white coat ceremony Sunday as a keynote speaker began to talk. A Twitter video of […]
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