Tag: medical school

Blog Posts (3)

June 5, 2013

The Bioethics & Professionalism Honors Program Capstone Presentations

June 13-14, 2013 The goal of the CAPSTONE PROJECT is to develop a topic, issue, case or formative experience into an academic resource for others.  Join us for two days of presentations of Loyola University Chicago Stritch School of Medicine’s medical student work on bioethics & professionalism.  For over two years, these students have been focusing on […]
February 22, 2013

Importing Docs

Craig Klugman, Ph.D.

In a National Public Radio story on February 15, economist Dean Baker shared his idea that physicians should be looked at like any other commodity if we want to bring the cost of health care delivery down.

April 5, 2012

Oh The Places You'll Go! (At Dartmouth Medical School)

A few things we do know about the newly renamed Dartmouth Medical School:

The cafeteria will serve only “Green Eggs and Ham”.  …

News (2)

April 14, 2012 5:58 am

Pre-Med’s New Priorities: Heart and Soul and Social Science (New York Times)

Prof. Piers J. Hale knew something was up when his students at the University of Oklahoma were clamoring this spring to get into his medical ethics class, which was formerly populated largely by social science majors. What led to the sudden burst of popularity, he discovered, were plans by the Association of American Medical Colleges to revise the medical school admissions test to incorporate a hefty dose of social science.

April 13, 2012 11:02 am

Is medical school admission squashing creativity? (Unofficial Prognosis)

What does it take to get into medical school today? High MCAT scores. Pre-requisites galore, coupled with a stellar GPA. Research experience. Clinical experience. Volunteering. Is this system a root cause of the lack of creativity among people going into medicine?