News article about a novel tool that can be used in medical education (pre-clinical and clinical) to educate students in chronic disease prevention and management.


Chronic disease is a full-blown public health crisis in the U.S., yet much of undergraduate medical education (UME) remains grounded in acute care. The good news is there’s a new model—as well as a novel tool—for incorporating chronic disease prevention and management (CDPM) education into pre-clinical and clinical settings. An AMA webinar provides insights into how these two can help medical students recognize barriers to care and locate helpful community resources.

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