Police brutality, health inequity: 8 ways medical faculty can respond
Learn how medical schools can offer supportive approaches to help address systemic racism, police brutality and COVID-19 inequities.
Q&A: What medical school in the U.S. will look like in 2021
COVID-19 has severely disrupted medical education. Learn how Rutgers med ed leader Carol Terregino, MD, is working to for a smoother 2021.
How medical schools can apply COVID-19 lessons learned for incoming students
The AMA is leading the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic. See daily video updates on how the AMA is fighting COVID-19 in the second of a two-part series about how medical schools are planning for students in the fall.
Med students' perceptions of learning environment matter
Studies show med students who feel more positive about their learning environment perform better on the USMLE. See how campus culture plays a large role in perception and how it could affect medical education.
What medical schools can expect in the future
A special consortium of medical schools has spent the last year developing and implementing innovative ideas to transform the way future physicians are trained, and soon the medical education environment will experience the benefits of their efforts. In January 2013, the AMA announced its intent to fund five to 10 medical schools to implement bold innovations in medical education.
Why faculty development is crucial to med ed innovation
Academic physicians and faculty across the country are innovating new ways to teach the physicians of tomorrow, but first, the trainers must become the trainees.
New faculty training program aims to transform medical education
A select group of faculty members of the Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University are embarking on a year-long professional development program designed to develop skills for implementing new practice design and new curricula for today’s environment of team-based care. These faculty ar...