5 ways medical students can assist during the COVID-19 pandemic
Just because medical students aren’t in direct patient contact doesn’t mean they aren’t aiding in the fight to contain the COVID-19 pandemic.
COVID-19: How the virus is impacting medical schools
Medical schools are working to keep students safe while minimizing disruptions to learning during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Accelerating Change in Medical Education
Medical education in 2020: How we got here, where we’re headed
Learn about the AMA’s influential role in setting standards for U.S. medical education, and what’s being done to redesign undergraduate and graduate training for the 21st century.
USMLE Step 1 moves to pass-fail: Answers to 7 key questions
Educators and students had long been advocating for changes to Step 1 scoring. Learn more with the AMA about why the shift happened and what comes next.
Why medical residents play key role in improving patient safety
Residents can help identify and mitigate lapses that can harm patients. Learn more with the AMA on tips to improve safety processes.
Preparing for Medical School
How research experience can strengthen your medical school application
Participating in research prior to medical school can strengthen your application and sharpen your critical thinking skills.
Teaching culturally humble primary care
Tonya Fancher, MD, MPH, knows that more primary care doctors in a community means more equitable outcomes. She’s made it her medical school’s mission to help aspiring doctors tailor what they learn to the patients they serve.
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