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This Viewpoint discusses the adverse effects for the US health care system of the 2018 Presidential proclamation banning travelers from Iran, Syria, Yemen, Libya, and Somalia, including a decline in international medical graduates who provide care to a disproportionate number of socioeconomically disadvantaged patients.
This survey study evaluates the perceived barriers of minority medical students pursuing a career in dermatology.
This essay discusses the benefits of the medical education system offering US otolaryngology residents the opportunity to gain a broader, more global perspective on the practice of otolaryngology.
This Viewpoint argues against policies mandating the patient consent process for publication and institutional review board approval of case studies.
This Viewpoint discusses considers social, political, economic, and personal/family factors for international medical graduates as they decide what to do after completing training in the United States.
This study characterizes sex and racial/ethnic discrepancies in exposure to dermatology among US medical students.
This Viewpoint discusses free or reduced tuition programs for medical students and the implications for diversifying the health care workforce, filling shortages in primary care specialties, improving patient access, closing the health disparities gap, and improving population health.
In this narrative medicine essay, a black physician relates the surprise and joy a black patient has when a he meets a black doctor in the examination room and comments on the need for medical schools to step up recruitment and training of a diverse physician workforce.
This analysis of surveillance data from 10 US states describes incidence, characteristics, antimicrobial resistances, and serotype distribution of early-onset and late-onset group B Streptococcus disease in infants younger than 90 days.
This cohort study evaluates the ability of an online case-based simulator to measure the diagnostic performance of physicians with varying levels of training and medical students.
This prospective study examines the influence of an online curriculum in residents’ knowledge of cutaneous manifestations of vasculitis and autoimmune connective tissue diseases.
This Teachable Moment describes an approach that can be used to avoid hospital discharges against medical advice and help to reduce the stigma associated with them.
This Viewpoint argues for the need for greater genetics literacy and new training tools in psychiatry residency programs.
This Surgical Innovation describes the technological advancements made in trauma video review and how it is used to improve patient care.
In this narrative medicine essay, a medical student reflects on her first assigned encounter with a patient during which she managed 6 minutes of conversation, short of the 10 minutes required, throwing her into grave self-doubt about her future profession until she enjoys a spontaneous conversation at the Department of Motor Vehicles and realizes that talking is not a test.
This Viewpoint promotes psychological theories as a framework for faculty development that would improve resident autonomy.
This study assesses whether the nature of injuries from sharps among dermatology residents is demonstrably different compared with injuries from sharps among residents in other medical and surgical specialties.
This study investigates the video quality and creator qualification of YouTube videos about facial plastic surgery procedures.
This quality improvement study uses a simulation to project differences in salary, time to promotion, and accumulated wealth between male and female medical school faculty before and after the implementation of an institutional gender equity initiative.
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