Medical Training


Number of Medical Students with Disabilities Surges

November 28, 2019

The number of medical students who report having a disability rose 69 percent between 2016 and 2019, according to a new survey published this week in the Journal of the American Medical...


First Graduates of Kansas Rural Medical School Head to Work

October 9, 2019

In 2011, the University of Kansas School of Medicine-Salina opened in a one-building campus in the heart of wheat country. The aim: to help produce just a few skilled and dedicated physicians...


AMA Endorses Artificial Intelligence in Medical Practice and Training

June 17, 2019

During its recent annual meeting, the American Medical Association publicly endorsed and adopted multiple new policies that support the integration of artificial intelligence (AI) in medical...


Osteopathic Medical School Enrollment Soars

May 14, 2019

For the first time ever, osteopathic medical students make up more than 25 percent of med students nationwide. According to figures from the American Association of Colleges of Osteopathic...


Four Reasons to Get a Jump on your Medical School Application

May 1, 2019

Think you’ve got plenty of time to work on your medical school application? Well, you do. As of May 1, medical colleges and universities nationwide are accepting applications for the Fall...


Ethics an Increasingly Important Consideration in Medical School Acceptance

March 21, 2019

Once upon a time, a standout GPA and high MCAT score might have been enough to land you an interview at the medical school of your choice. But since 2015, more than two dozen medical schools...


Five Top Tips to Maximize Your Clinical Rotation

February 27, 2019

A clinical rotation arguably is among the most important aspects of medical school. After all, it’s typically the first opportunity for students to apply what they’ve learned in the...


First Ever Study Aims to Measure Empathy in Osteopathic Medical Education

January 23, 2019

Knowledge and skill obviously is a must in the study and practice of medicine. But empathy arguably is just as critical an element when it comes to being a great doctor. Thus, the launch of...


Med Students Study the Pathology of Horror

October 24, 2018

Perhaps unorthodox, but certainly popular, Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School Psychiatry Professor Anthony Tobia, MD is at it again. We once told you about his “Psy-feld”...


Opportunity Abounds in Geriatric Medicine

October 3, 2018

With the impending shortage of qualified physicians, some medical specialties are at particular risk – which means they offer significant opportunity for students graduating medical school...