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By Joanna Hughes August 31, 2017

In an effort to spur more effective drug development, Japanese pharmaceutical companies are looking to artificial intelligence (AI) and data analys...

By Alyssa Walker August 28, 2017

Work hard, play hard?  Not so fast, at least for medical students in the UK.  A new survey shows that British medical students generally ...

By Joanna Hughes August 23, 2017

The US is facing a potential shortfall of community hospitals offering pediatric care, reveals a recent report from Reuters based on a newly publis...

By Alyssa Walker August 16, 2017

Wales wants to increase the number of Welsh students studying to be doctors.  Why?  Find out by reading the results of a cross-party comm...

By Joanna Hughes August 9, 2017

Aspiring British medical students are increasingly looking outside the UK for their studies.  Let's find out where they're headed and what int...

By Joanna Hughes August 2, 2017

Think dogs don’t belong in hospitals? Think again. According to a growing body of anecdotal evidence collected by the Royal College of Nursin...

By Joanna Hughes July 19, 2017

Governor Aminu Tambuwal of Nigeria’s Sokoto State recently announced his administration’s plans to send 200 students -- primarily girls...

By Alyssa Walker July 12, 2017

India is contemplating a move in medical training to incorporate traditional medicine in the curriculum.  Why?  So both modern and tradit...

By Alyssa Walker July 5, 2017

Brexit’s wake has reached the global nursing community.  Nursing applicants from the European Union have dropped 96 percent since the la...

By Alyssa Walker June 28, 2017

Sri Lankan medical students and physicians have been enmeshed in protests against the country’s only private medical school.  Find out w...

By Joanna Hughes June 21, 2017

Just how big of a problem is mental health on university campuses in the UK? According to figures recently released by the Higher Education Statist...

By Alyssa Walker June 14, 2017

A Harvard University study suggests that patients—regardless of their age or condition—who are treated by a doctor older than 60 are mo...

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January 22, 2019

What do stethoscopes and business have in common? More than you think. Medical school and business school are more closely aligned than you might expect. Let's take a closer look.

January 14, 2019

There are many good reasons to go to medical school and join this noble profession. However, not all reasons are so good. Read on for a roundup of five things that should not be on your list of reasons to be a doctor.