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Medical students need training to prescribe medical marijuana

Although 29 states and the District of Columbia allow marijuana use for medical purposes, few medical students are being trained how to prescribe the drug. Researchers at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis surveyed medical school deans, residents and fellows, and examined a curriculum database maintained by the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC), learning that medic...


How to Attend Medical School for Free

Last year, among U.S. medical school graduates who borrowed, the median debt burden was $190,000, according to the Association of American Medical Colleges. While the idea of graduating medical school debt-free may seem impossible, a few medical students have the privilege of receiving a free medical education, either because they attend a tuition-free medical school or because they receive a hef...

Medical marijuana rarely addressed in medical education

Although 29 states and the District of Columbia allow marijuana use for medical purposes, few medical students are being trained how to prescribe the drug.


Art courses improve observational recognition skills among medical students

Observation skills are an essential component of any medical education, aiding doctors during patient exams and in making medical diagnoses, yet several studies have indicated inadequacies in this area among medical trainees and practicing physicians.

Laboratory Work in Medical Schools

One of the most interesting papers presented at Detroit was Dr. Vaughan’s earnest plea for more laboratory work in our medical schools, read before the Association of Medical Colleges. The course of study is now lengthened to four years, and the term of nearly all medical schools is now more than six months. There is time for this work. The European medical education is superior to the American ...

Medical Gases and Equipment Market Forecast, 2014 - 2022

Medical gases are specialized gases, which are used for medical purposes, drug processing and research in biotechnology. The medical gas can be a single pure gas or a mixture of different gases.

Divoti Medical ID Jewelry Complies to New FDA Requirements

SAN DIEGO , Oct. 12, 2017 /-  Divoti USA will engrave and process all non-coated stainless steel Medical Alert Jewelry up to the standard of the latest FDA requirements, which stipulates new criteria regarding medical device manufacture and distribution. (Launched: June 2017). Anyone in need of Medical ID jewelry such as Medical ID Bracelets, can rest assured that Divo...

Summit Medical And Shippert Medical Unite Under New Brand: Innovia Medical, LLC

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Doc Doc Zeus: A Glimpse Behind the Scenes of Medical Boards

A novel about a doctor who raped a minor and is being investigated by his state medical board provides behind-the-scene insights into the workings of medical boards. It helps explain why these boards are so often ineffective, why medical malfeasance so often leads to a token disciplinary action rather than to loss of license.

How health IT enables safer medical travel and tourism

IT innovation, global medicine and frustrated medical patients drive the demand for medical travel. But telemedicine also improves patient care and the customer experience of medical travelers. Once again, we welcome medical IT entrepreneur, Agha Ahmed, Managing Partner of GHIMBA, as we explore how IT… Read More The post How health IT enables safer medical travel and tourism appeared first o...

A teacher’s job is to show love first

A couple of weeks ago, I met my new medical students. These 10-12 trainees will be my small group for the next two years. We will meet monthly to discuss the soft stuff of medical training — hierarchy, tribalism, death and dying, medical errors, difficult patients, etc. Some call it “third-year medical student support group.” […]

Focus on Medical Device Regulation

The EU Medical Device Regulation heralds a new era for the medical technology sector: in future, any company wishing to bring medical devices to market must face the requirements of this new regulatory framework. This implies a sizeable challenge for the many small and medium-sized enterprises in Ge...

Damn the evidence and regulations: VA goes full speed ahead with medical pseudoscience

The VA recently mandated inclusion of acupuncture, reiki, reflexology and other CAM in veterans medical benefits and will require that they be offered at VA medical facilities, ignoring the lack of evidence and federal rules on what medical benefits can be covered.

Genesis Medical acquired by Cogentix Medical

Cogentix Medical has announced its acquisition of Genesis Medical, the exclusive UK distributor of its PrimeSight endoscopy s -More- 

Medical glue inspired by sticky slug mucus

Scientists designed a family of strong and stretchy medical glues that can be used even on wet surfaces. The findings could lead to a new generation of medical adhesives.

Medical students: Don’t take the easy way

Dear fellow students, I am addressing you today as a comrade, a peer, as someone who shares your concerns and understands the pressure and stress you experience in medical school. It is true that medical schools attract very similar kind of people: Medical students are smart, hard-working individuals who are striving for excellence and achievements. […]

Should Virtualists Be Recognized as a New Type of Medical Specialist?

An article published in the JAMA Network by Nochomovitz and Sharma suggested that we should recognize a new type of medical specialist, the virtualist (see: Is It Time for a New Medical Specialty? The Medical Virtualist). These physicians would limit their practice to telemedicine, which is to say treating patients...

Damn the evidence and federal regulations: VA goes full speed ahead with medical pseudoscience

The VA recently mandated inclusion of acupuncture, reiki, reflexology and other CAM in veterans medical benefits and will require that they be offered at VA medical facilities, ignoring the lack of evidence and federal rules on what medical benefits can be covered.

Uptake Medical acquired by Broncus Medical

San Jose, Calif.-based Broncus Medical formed a new Seattle-based company called Uptake Medical Technology, which it used to  -More- 

Medical students not trained to prescribe medical marijuana

(Washington University School of Medicine) More than half of the states in the US now allow some type of legal marijuana use, primarily medical marijuana. But, in a survey of medical residents and deans at the nation's medical schools, researchers at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis have found that the majority of schools are not teaching their students about medical marijuana...

Medical marijuana uptake hinges on physician training, best practices

Since California became the first state to legalize medical marijuana in 1996, 28 states have followed suit, increasing the number of patients that physicians encounter who wish to utilize medical marijuana – or who already do. This makes it increasingly important for physicians to be aware of their states’ laws and infrastructure that relate to medical marijuana use. This July, the Pennsylvan...

4C Medical übertrifft $ 8 Million an Wandelschuldverschreibungen bei der von Anges Québec durchgeführten Finanzierungsrunde

Brooklyn Park, Minnesota (ots/PRNewswire) - 4C Medical Technologies, Inc. (4C Medical), ein Medizintechnikunternehmen mit dem Schwerpunkt in der Entwicklung minimal-invasiver Therapien für struktur...

3 Residency Factors When Considering International Medical Schools

American premedical students may consider attending medical school overseas for a number of reasons, including more affordable tuition in certain countries, the opportunity to immerse themselves in a new culture and more flexible entrance requirements in some countries compared with U.S. medical schools. Earning a medical degree outside the U.S. could lead to challenges with securing a residency ...

Should all American doctors be using electronic medical records?

Evidence shows using electronic health records can increase efficiency, and reduce preventable medical errors - but only if they are used properly. However, in the US, the president of the American Medical Association calls them almost unusable. In this debate, Richard Hurley is joined by George Gellert, Regional Medical Informatics Officer at...

$2M deal finalized by Titan Medical

An agreement to convert $2 million of Longtai Medical's distributorship deposit to equity has been completed by Titan Medical -More- 


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