This Viewpoint discusses the use of storytelling through comics as an expression of adverse experiences in medical education and how creative projects might help increase satisfaction for physicians at all stages of a health care career.
This Viewpoint discusses “pimping” as a medical teaching tool in clinical rounds and its future use in relation to increasing awareness of student mistreatment.
This Viewpoint discusses ways academic medical centers can integrate the value-based care taught in residency programs into health system leadership and practices.
This Viewpoint discusses the promise and pitfalls of telemedicine and the implications of telemedicine technologies for medical education.
This cross-sectional survey study compares the intended scope of practice reported by family medicine residents with the actual scope of practice reported by recertifying family physicians on the 2014 American Board of Family Medicine examination registration questionnaire.
This meta-analysis investigates the prevalence of depression and depressive symptoms among resident physicians as reported in the peer-reviewed literature.
This systematic review analyzes how physicians are educated to deliver high-value, cost-conscious care and the circumstances that influence this learning.
This commentary discusses the implications of an epidemiological study published in JAMA Psychiatry that investigated the prevalence, psychiatric comorbidity, and treatment of alcohol use disorders.
This Clinical Evidence Synopsis summarizes a Cochrane review on the efficacy of interventions for rosacea.
A 64-year-old man with type 2 diabetes and hypertension has begun to experience generalized weakness. His laboratory results show a serum potassium level of 6.6 mEq/L (reference range, 3.5-5.0). How do you interpret the results?
This study uses data from the Association of American Medical Colleges to compare the number of US medical school graduates entering graduate medical education after graduation by race and US citizenship status between 2005 and 2015.
This study investigates associations between the presence of medical students in the emergency department and patient length of stay at 3 urban academic hospitals in the United States.