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This qualitative study explores how and why medical students use third-party educational resources outside of their institution’s curriculum.
This cross-sectional study analyzes lactation support policies at the top 50 US schools of medicine.
This Viewpoint suggests measures to improve surgical resident autonomy and thereby produce capable and resilient surgeons.
This cross-sectional study evaluates the degree to which various factors of the medical learning environment are associated with the probability of learners accepting payments from pharmaceutical and medical device manufacturers.
This randomized clinical trial assesses whether an online group coaching program reduces burnout and increases well-being for women physician trainees.
This cross-sectional study investigates the diversity demographics of academic medical leadership among various medical specialties compared with the average of all residency programs.
This retrospective cohort study evaluates Milestone assessments among emergency medicine residents in 128 US programs to identify sex-specific ethnoracial disparities.
This cohort study is a secondary analysis of a randomized clinical trial and assesses the pedagogical value of technical competencies selected by artificial intelligence (AI) and their extended effects in surgical simulation training.
This cohort study examines data for research funding to determine the length of any funding gaps at the level of principal investigator and whether these gaps are associated with the investigator’s previous funding success.
This qualitative study of interviews with Asian American medical students describes major themes of experiences with anti-Asian racism and discrimination.
This survey study investigates whether personalized scrub caps for surgical trainees can help decrease role and name misidentification, microaggressions, and miscommunication-related delays in patient care.
This randomized trial evaluates the effect of metrics-based training on the performance of operators implanting cardiac implantable electronic devices.
This randomized crossover trial investigates the effect of mixed-reality technology on error rate among physicians in emergency clinical care scenarios.
This cross-sectional study evaluates what residency training factors are associated with provision of reproductive health services among family medicine physicians.
This cohort study investigates differences in posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) symptoms among first-year resident physicians training before and during the first wave of the COVID-19 pandemic (March to June 2020).
This cross-sectional study quantifies the journal article citation error rate of an artificial intelligence chatbot.
This quality improvement study analyzes compensation data of 14 pediatric subspecialties and general pediatrics from 3 data sources to determine if different data sources provide varied results.
This survey study investigates delays in childbearing and rates of infertility among women physicians.
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