Medical students described a negative academic climate to which they said USMLE Step 1 was contributing, a climate increasingly addled with competition over matching into subspecialties.
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This past year, otolaryngology lost a trio of its greatest teachers. Drs. Glasscock, Alford and Stammberger will be sorely missed, but their teachings will live on.
Simulation devices, virtual reality and other technology trends will continue to influence training, medical residency program directors say.
Dr. Montgomery Rice discussed topics ranging from mentorship to compensation equality to work-life balance for women physicians and scientists.
ENTtoday’s list of science-based resources for otolaryngologists includes websites, medical indexes, podcasts, and videos that are all available for education and awareness about the world of otolaryngology.
Burnout at the early stages of a medical career can cause one to feel hopeless about medicine and/or oneself, and less empathetic toward patients.
Define your own priorities, set your own goals, and carve your own path
Encouraging communication at all levels is a cornerstone of medical education—and patient safety
It is rare that students and residents are exposed to a dedicated geriatric educational experience
Otolaryngologists on ways to boost students’ attention, retention of course materials