In competency-based medical education, a medical resident must demonstrate the required knowledge and skill levels on a task before advancing to the next task.
American Medical Association Promotes New Policies Aimed at Helping Medical Students, Residents
The American Medical Association (AMA) House of Delegates met in Honolulu in November 2022 to create a consensus on policies aimed at improving medical students’ and residents’ personal and professional […]
Extended Reality Technology in Otolaryngology Education Is Currently Limited to Virtual Reality
Evaluating the current state of extended reality use in otolaryngology education.
What Happens to Medical Students Who Don’t Match?
More Research Needed to Evaluate Incorporation of Gamification in Medical Education Platforms
Despite many simulation studies and attempts to include it, the medical community has not fully embraced gamification within residency education.
How Some Specialties Are Getting Innovative with Medical Residency Recruitment
Today’s residency programs are developing recruitment tools with an eye toward achieving high-performing residency classes whose trainees are a suitable fit for their programs’ culture and mission.
How the COVID-19 Pandemic Changed Medical Conferences
Gaps in Medical Business Education Can Be Addressed Through Asynchronous Learning
A focused study of the business of medicine for physicians should include at least three practical domains: leadership, healthcare delivery, and practice management.
AMA Expands Educational Resources to Advance Equity and Justice in Healthcare
In alignment with its commitment to inform and educate physicians on topics important to health equity, the American Medical Association (AMA) recently announced a series of CME and educational activities […]
Will Virtual Oral Board Exams Remain an Option After the COVID-19 Pandemic?
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