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Cronk: I wanted to be a rural doctor in Canada. But our medical education system works against it

Aug 01, 2019

Emma Cronk - "I am a small-town country girl who struggled to get a loan to attend medical school internationally, while Canada receives payment from international students to study medicine here."

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When patients’ social needs are met, doctors feel less burnout

Aug 01, 2019

When family doctors felt they were able to address the unmet social needs of their patients, they were less likely to report physician burnout, according to a study in The Journal of the American Board of Family Medicine.

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Racism influences medical students' decision on practicing in minority or underserved communities

Aug 01, 2019

A longitudinal study of 3,756 U.S. medical students provides evidence that racism in medical schools influenced their decisions on whether to practice in minority or underserved communities.

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Residents Focus Discussions on Training, Patient Care

Jul 31, 2019

From July 25-27, family medicine proponents took over the downtown area that surrounds Kansas City's convention center for the AAFP National Conference of Family Medicine Residents and Medical Students.

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Morocco's Doctors, Medical Students Protest Privatization

Jul 12, 2019

For months, Students have been taking to the streets around the country in protest, wearing black to symbolize death. But they are not out there alone. These days, medical students are more likely found in the streets than in the classroom

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Spare the medical resident and spoil nothing

Jul 11, 2019

A Harvard-led group of researchers looking at the impact of working-time restrictions on US residents have found no evidence that reduced training hours had any impact on the quality of care delivered by new physicians.

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Global webinars are the new rock’n’roll for A&E doctor

Jul 06, 2019

News article about Dr Eoghan Colgan who runs MedReach, a Scottish company aiming to providing equal access to medical education around the globe.

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European Team-Based Learning Community Masterclasses at the University of Dundee

Jul 05, 2019

News article covering a recent event, hosted at Dundee University, focusing on Team-Based Learning. The European Team-Based Learning Community, delivered four Masterclasses in this one day event to participants from 14 different universities.

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