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Association between medical student debt and choice of specialty: a 6-year retrospective study.

The effect of rapidly increasing student debt on medical students' ultimate career plans is of particular interest to residency programs desiring to enhance recruitment, including primary care specialties. Previous survey studies of medical students indicate that amount of student debt influences choice of medical specialty. Research on this topic to date remains unclear, and few studies have included the average income of different specialties in analyses. The purpose of this study is to observe whether em...


Influence of Student Loan Debt on General Surgery Resident Career and Lifestyle Decision-Making.

The average medical school debt in 2011 was $170,000 and by 2017 it increased to $190,000. High debt burden has been shown to affect career choices for residents in primary care specialties; however, it has not been well studied among surgical residents. The purpose of this multi-institutional study is to assess the amount of debt among general surgery residents and its effects on their career and lifestyle decisions.

Trends associated with debt loads among oral and maxillofacial surgery chief residents.

This survey-based study was undertaken to investigate how total debt loads are impacting the personal and professional decisions made by graduating oral and maxillofacial surgery (OMS) residents. The aim of this study was to evaluate differences in total debt load on graduating residents and analyze the effects of this debt on career, family, and lifestyle choices after graduation.


Eliminating Medical School Debt: A Dean and Geriatrician's View From Opposite Ends of the Training Pipeline.

Sleep debt: the impact of weekday sleep deprivation on cardiovascular health in older women.

Short sleep duration is associated with increased cardiovascular disease (CVD) risk. However, it is uncertain whether sleep debt, a measure of sleep deficiency during the week compared to the weekend, confers increased cardiovascular risk. Because sleep disturbances increase with age particularly in women, we examined the relationship between sleep debt and ideal cardiovascular health (ICH) in older women.

The Accidental Consequences of Student Debt.

A Stimulus Package to Address the Pediatric Sleep Debt Crisis in the United States.

Phenotyping neurons activated in the mouse brain during restoration of salt debt.

Salt overconsumption contributes to hypertension, which is a major risk factor for stroke, heart and kidney disease. Characterising neuronal pathways that may control salt consumption is therefore important for developing novel approaches for reducing salt overconsumption. Here, we identify neurons within the mouse central amygdala (CeA), lateral parabrachial nucleus (LPBN), intermediate nucleus of the solitary tract (iNTS), and caudal NTS (cNTS) that are activated and display Fos immunoreactivity in mice t...

Economic situation, the key to understanding the links between CEOs' personal traits and the financial structure of large private companies.

Executives act based on their experiences, values, personality and personal interpretation of the situations which they face in their companies. Investigations in the field of Behavioral Corporate Finance have determined that there are some relations between CEOs' personal traits and financial decisions of large companies, but these results are based on indirect personal trait measurements and on public companies. To see whether such relations also exist between CEOs' personal traits and the financial struc...

Medical student selection criteria and junior doctor workplace performance.

Medical school selection decisions have consequences beyond graduation. With generally low attrition rates, most medical students become junior doctors. Universities are therefore not just selecting students into a medical course; they are choosing the future medical workforce. Understanding the relationship between selection criteria and outcomes beyond the successful completion of a medical degree may inform approaches to student selection.

Extinction debts and colonization credits of non-forest plants in the European Alps.

Mountain plant species shift their elevational ranges in response to climate change. However, to what degree these shifts lag behind current climate change, and to what extent delayed extinctions and colonizations contribute to these shifts, are under debate. Here, we calculate extinction debt and colonization credit of 135 species from the European Alps by comparing species distribution models with 1576 re-surveyed plots. We find extinction debt in 60% and colonization credit in 38% of the species, and at ...

The American Medical Association Medical Education Innovation Challenge: Incorporating the Student Voice Into Medical Education Transformation.

Medical education needs to evolve to continue producing physicians who are able to meet the needs of diverse patient populations. Students can be a unique source of ideas about medical education transformation.

Eksperymenty medyczne w polskim systemie ochrony zdrowia.

The development of medical sciences is associated with conducting medical experiments. However, they raise social concerns. Every year in Poland, medical experiments are carried out with the participation of man and doctors participate in them. Clinical trials are a special type of medical experiment. The law regulates the principles of performing medical experiments. The purpose of the article is to present the legal conditions for conducting medical experiments in the Polish healthcare system.

A Continuum of Innovation: Curricular Renewal Strategies in Undergraduate Medical Education, 2010-2018.

Since 2010, medical schools across the United States have engaged in a new cycle of curricular revision and renewal for their undergraduate medical curricula. But what structures, features, and trends have emerged in U.S. medical schools as a result of deliberate curricular redesign efforts? An analysis of the ways that medical schools have approached the reorganization of their curricula to prepare their students for the growing complexity of medical practice is presented.

End-of-life medical education: Is it dead and buried?

Death and dying are two core aspects of medicine that we feel are often neglected at medical school. Here, we present our views on end-of-life teaching thus far, and our opinions on how the medical school curriculum could be improved.

Learning about dental trauma for medical students.

The literature identifies that medical students receive little or no formal dental trauma assessment and management teaching during medical school. The result of this is that many medical doctors are unaware of the urgency of emergency dental trauma care for patients. To bridge this important gap in medical education, medical educators should look to introduce basic dental trauma teaching into undergraduates' final year of medical school. This initiative would benefit medical doctors in either general medic...

Students Shouldn't Merely 'Survive' Medical School.

A medical student reflects on what can be done to address mental illness among medical trainees.

REM sleep vs exploratory wakefulness: Alternatives within adult 'sleep debt'?

Our declining sleep duration over early human infant development is largely through REM sleep (REM), loss, not of nonREM. It coincides with the infant's increasing locomotion providing for multisensory inputs ('exploratory wakefulness' - EW), together facilitating neural restructuring and behavioural adaptations ('neuroplasticity'). EW also involves curiosity, novelty, navigation, spatial memory, associated emotions, and feeding; all having brain processes particularly active in REM. It is proposed that: 1)...

Exploring the Construct of Psychological Safety in Medical Education.

Psychological safety (PS) is recognized as key in health professional education. However, most studies exploring PS in medical education have focused on mistreatment, thus focusing on what PS is not. The authors set out to explicitly explore learners' concept of PS in the context of medical education to better understand and define PS and its educational consequences for medical students.

Black Maternal and Infant Health: Historical Legacies of Slavery.

The legacies of slavery today are seen in structural racism that has resulted in disproportionate maternal and infant death among African Americans.The deep roots of these patterns of disparity in maternal and infant health lie with the commodification of enslaved Black women's childbearing and physicians' investment in serving the interests of slaveowners. Even certain medical specializations, such as obstetrics and gynecology, owe a debt to enslaved women who became experimental subjects in the developmen...

Balint groups as a proposed support mechanism to reduce uncertainty in medical students.

We read with interest the article by Weurlander et al. (1), exploring Swedish medical students' concerns relating to emotionally challenging situations during medical training. As fourth year medical students studying in London, we can see that it is common for distressing situations to arise, and that the uncertainty they cause is often never formally addressed. We believe that more support is needed for students.

Technological Pedagogical and Content Knowledge Among Medical Educators: What Is Our Readiness to Teach With Technology?

This study aimed to empirically assess medical educator knowledge of pedagogy and technology to inform the direction of medical school faculty development efforts.

Medical Errors: Medical, Social and Legal Aspects.

The article examines the main types of medical errors and their causes. It systemizes typical iatrogenic diseases. The work defines leading directions for medical errors prevention, including the effective usage of simulation learning technologies. Authors analyze current regulatory acts and the main rule-making trends in the field of medical errors.

What Do I Do When Something Goes Wrong? Teaching Medical Students to Identify, Understand, and Engage in Reporting Medical Errors.

Identifying and processing medical errors are overlooked components of undergraduate medical education. Organizations and leaders advocate teaching medical students about patient safety and medical error, yet few feasible examples demonstrate how this teaching should occur. To provide students with familiarity in identifying, reporting, and analyzing medical errors, the authors developed the interactive patient safety reporting curriculum (PSRC), requiring clinical students to engage intellectually and emot...

Future unmet medical need as a guiding principle for pharmaceutical R&D.

In pharmaceutical R&D the strategic focus is on addressing areas of high unmet medical need. 'Unmet medical need' is a widely used term in the healthcare sector but a common definition does not exist. The current standard of care determines the current unmet medical need, whereas the future unmet medical need (i.e., the unmet medical need when a new product reaches the market) and the extent to which the unmet need is addressed by the new product significantly impact its value. We have defined six dimension...


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