Amending Current Matching ProgramFor Residents

With Soaring Costs, We Need to Re-Evaluate The Current Matching System For Medical Students and Residencies

Established in 1952, the match system was designed to cater to a high demand for doctors, and served the healthcare industry well on both ends - doctors could choose and pursue their specialties of choice, and patients received treatment from happier and more fulfilled professionals....

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Simulation Technology Nursing Schools

Simulation Technology Reaches Nursing School Curriculums

As simulation continues to voraciously permeate the medical educational landscape, nursing students have been starting to benefit from the innovative learning stratosphere it provides. The methodologies traditionally used in nursing school has begun to shift from textbooks, lecture halls, heavily highlighted class notes, to a modern nursing classroom,...

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Medical Student Debt Burnout Alcohol Abuse

As The Cost Of Medical School Continues To Rise, So Do Rates Of Student Burnout And Substance Abuse

Physician burnout is not uncommon in today’s medical field. Studies have shown that burnout amongst medical professionals has been on the rise for years, but new research shows that burnout is affecting medical students even more as well. A recently published Academic Medicine study, conducted by researchers...

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