Transformation in medical training will contribute to a higher caliber of physicians, increase the quality of healthcare.
Health provider and patient education are critical to providing high quality patient-centered care
A broad range of topics was covered by the CTSI presenters outlining their health equity projects.
Researchers Develop Bedside Cardiac Assessment Curriculum that Encourages Patient-Centered Communication
Students who participated in this new curriculum found the learning strategies effective, and peer encounters, skills practice, and encounters with educators meaningful.
The unique program closely resembles the teamwork in clinical settings.
Constantly evolving to meet the needs of the health and science professions of the future.
Thirty-two students have been elected membership in Alpha Omega Alpha.
In delivering the keynote lecture, Stephen Tringale, MD’90, assistant professor of family medicine, told the 175th entering class that the doctor-patient relationship is one of the most important healing tools they will possess.
The cohort included six second-year undergraduates, seven third-year undergraduates, three fourth-year undergraduates and one Boston University medical student. The scholars come from colleges and universities across the continental U.S. and Puerto Rico.
The goal is to increase diversity in the biomedical research and health-care workforce.