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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.

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.

Journey Into Uncertainty: Medical Students' Experiences And Perceptions of Failure.

Having succeeded in being selected for medical school, medical students are not always familiar with failure and yet they are expected to graduate prepared to effectively function in the failure burdened arena of clinical medicine. Lacking in the developing literature on learners and failure is an exploration of how this transformation is accomplished. The purpose of this study was to examine how medical students perceive and experience failure during their medical school training.

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.

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.

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...

Barriers to outpatient education for medical students: a narrative review.

This study surveys medical education literature published over the last 25 years (1993-2018) to identify the factors scholars consider deleterious to outpatient teaching for medical students.

Speaking up, support, control and work engagement of medical residents. A structural equation modelling analysis.

Medical residents can play key roles in improving health care quality by speaking up and giving suggestions for improvements. However, previous research on speaking up by medical residents has shown that speaking up is difficult for residents. This study explored: (i) whether two main aspects of medical residents' work context (job control and supervisor support) are associated with speaking up by medical residents, and (ii) whether these associations differ between in-hospital and out-of-hospital settings.

Navigation in medical research.

Education of medical students requires teaching students how to navigate in the broad field of medical research. The objective of this article is to provide an overview about medical research and to show how to denote a medical study in a concise fashion. Medical research can be classified into categories according to the object of investigation. Examples for medical research categories are therapeutic, diagnostic and prognostic studies, epidemiological studies, animal and in vitro studies etc. Each resear...

Do we need a core curriculum for medical students? A scoping review.

The General Medical Council (GMC) recommends medical schools to develop and implement curricula enabling students to achieve the required learning outcomes. UK medical schools follow the GMC's Outcomes for graduates, which are generic. GMC plans to introduce a national Medical Licensing Assessment (MLA) for the medical graduates wanting to practise medicine in the UK in 2022. With no standardised or unified undergraduate (UG) curriculum in UK, various specialties have expressed concerns about not being repr...

Current trends and future perspectives for medical education in Colombia.

Colombia is the second largest country in South America. In this article, we provide an overview of medical education in Colombia, including a description of existing public and private medical schools and available undergraduate and postgraduate programs. Medical education in Colombia has evolved through time, following international trends. In addition to 61 undergraduate medical programs, there are 529 postgraduate clinical, 30 PhD, and 131 Master programs in health sciences in Colombia. We identify curr...

Medical Psychology and Medical Sociology in Transition - Review and Perspectives of the two Disciplines in Germany.

Through the Master Plan for Medical Studies 2020 and the development of the National Competence-Based Learning Target Catalogue Medicine (NKLM), significant changes in university medicine were started. The aim of the study was a systematic analysis of the state and perspectives of the disciplines of medical psychology and sociology at the medical faculties in Germany.

Eradicating benevolent sexism for tomorrow's doctors: A medical student's perspective.

We read with interest your article 'With the best will in the world: How benevolent sexism shapes medical careers'. As two female medical students, we felt this article was relevant to us and our future careers.

A disclosure form for work submitted to medical journals: a proposal from the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors.

Perception of medical students on the impact of preparatory year on the study of medicine - an integrated medical curriculum experience.

To assess medical students' perception about their satisfaction regarding the preparatory year.

The Development of Chinese Medical Education.

This paper mainly introduces the current situation of Chinese medical education, and reviews the development and transformation of Chinese clinical medical education. Overall, Chinese clinical medical education is gradually towards standardization and internationalization. At the same time, scientific research is playing an increasingly important role in Chinese clinical medical education.

America's Best Medical Schools: A Renewed Critique of the U.S. News & World Report Rankings.

This Invited Commentary amplifies the continuing critique of the U.S. News & World Report rankings of U.S. medical schools and academic medical centers. The article begins with a critical quote about the medical school rankings published in this journal nearly 20 years ago and points out that little has changed in nearly two decades. The author then reports how the flawed rankings are performed and why U.S. medical school rankings are taken seriously, addresses the varied missions of U.S. medical schools, d...

Design and evolution of the Seafarer's Health Passport for supporting (tele)-medical assistance to seafarers.

Seafarers undergo periodic medical examination for their employment. This information inmost cases is not effectively used when requesting for medical assistance during service on board ships.The medical history of an individual is important for provision of medical care and can be critical to theoutcome. There is growing adoption of digital applications and electronic health records that are addinggreat value to the care provided. The Seafarer's Health Passport (SHP) is an application specifically designed...

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