Is Med Ed Changing for Better or Worse?

October 27, 2020 by Christen Aldrich

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Last modified October 28, 2020

According to this article from Medscape, the next generation of physicians is learning much differently from how established doctors once did. Training has changed from a sharp focus on disease to a wider approach that considers patients within the larger context of their community and society. Although many see this as progress, some have expressed doubts about this and many other changes. As discussed in the article, here are some crucial changes now seen in medical education:

  1. Social Justice Is Now in the Curricula
  2. More Technology, Less Preclinical Time and Cost
  3. Current Students Score Big With USMLE Change
  4. Finish Faster or Learn More?
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