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Medical-focused CAST high school to open next year

Oct 10, 2018

News article reporting on a high school being opened in San Antonio with a medical focus for its students and linking in with local colleges and hospitals.

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Some provinces offer partial fixes to medical residency shortfall

Oct 10, 2018

News article that focuses on the ongoing issue in Canada for medical graduates being unable to find residency spots and for some, having to spend a year in limbo before reapplying.

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AMA: How standardized patient videos can change assessment in med ed

Oct 03, 2018

Hollywood essentials are being put to use in one medical school’s effort to correct some of the shortcomings of text-based multiple-choice exams, performance on which have a big effect on the residency Match process.

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Modern Healthcare: Medical school curriculum revamp project extended by AMA

Oct 02, 2018

The American Medical Association announced Tuesday it has renewed partnerships with 32 medical schools to transform the medical education curriculum.

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Survey on Curricular Changes

Sep 10, 2018

Below is a message from Dr. Arnyce Pock, Associate Dean for Curriculumat the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, USA, inviting medical schools to participate in a survey on curriculum revisions.

read full story Penn launches formal alliance with Vingroup to improve health care and education in Vietnam

Sep 07, 2018

Penn Medicine and Penn Nursing have launched a formal alliance with Vingroup, an enterprise that encompasses the university project VinUni, and health service provider Vinmec – in an effort to improve health care and to create new undergraduate and graduate medical training programs in Vietnam.

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FierceHealthcare: For doctors, burnout starts early: in medical school

Sep 06, 2018

A survey of more than 2,400 medical students found they ranked stress and work/life balance as their biggest medical school challenges, and nearly half said they have considered leaving medical school.

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The Star Online: Equipping doctors with family medicine training

Sep 06, 2018

THE Health Ministry and RCSI & UCD Malaysia Campus (RUMC), formerly known as Penang Medical College, have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to establish a new pathway for family medicine training for doctors in Malaysia.

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