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Medical News Today: "Doctors: No mentor yet? Are you missing out?"

Jul 10, 2017

What can you expect from mentors, beyond career advice? And what do mentees and mentors really want from this relationship?

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Making visible the invisible world of South American medical education researchers

Jul 07, 2017

Barrera E, Vergel J, Quintero G*. *Centre for Health Sciences Education, Universidad del Rosario, Colombia.

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AMA: "Population health should be major focus in remaking med ed"

Jul 07, 2017

Dr. Nash will detail his work in population health and its future in medical education as a keynote speaker during the ChangeMedEdâ„¢ 2017 National Conference.

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Columbo Telegraph: On Medical Education In Sri Lanka

Jul 07, 2017

Dr Romanie Fernando - "The admission criteria for medical education should be at least 2B and C. At present UGC minimum qualification adopted in 2011 for medicine 2C S. Before 2011 it was 3S."

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Punjab minister marks probe into fake degree racket

Jul 06, 2017

Punjab medical education and research minister Brahm Mohindra today ordered a vigilance inquiry into a degree racket under which fake certificates were issued in the name of Baba Farid University in the state.

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How to Proactively Prepare for Medical School Secondary Essays

Jul 04, 2017

Each medical school will have its own secondary application, and each of these will typically have additional essays. For the average applicant applying to multiple programs, secondary applications can involve a great deal of summer writing.

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The unreal, bleeding-edge tech that's helping doctors make the cut

Jun 30, 2017

Amid a looming shortage in surgeons and ever-complex procedures, doctors and startups say computer glasses can move simulation far beyond expensive dummies.

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Why medical schools are teaching self-care alongside patient care

Jun 26, 2017

Faculty, along with leaders from OSF HealthCare and UnityPoint Health-Peoria, are working to find ways to incorporate stress relief into medical school curricula.

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