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By Alyssa Walker November 9, 2016

First-year medical students at the University of British Columbia in Canada have a new tool in Human Anatomy—a gigantic touchscreen that allo...

By Alyssa Walker November 1, 2016

UK Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt recently pledged to increase the number of medical school places 25 percent by 2018 to meet the nation’s grow...

By Alyssa Walker October 26, 2016

Global tech leaders are paving the way for science research related to medicine, and the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative is no exception.  Facebook...

By Alyssa Walker October 10, 2016

In honor of World Mental Health Day today, travel to Nottingham University in the UK to attend the first student-led conference on mental health in...

By Joanna Hughes September 28, 2016

A growing body of evidence points to the vital role of women in advancing global growth through their contributions to research and science. Unfort...

By Elizabeth Koprowski September 14, 2016

Medical students receive a lot of specialized training, but a new Canadian study suggests that primary care physicians need formal training in one ...

By Elizabeth Koprowski August 31, 2016

Medical school is tough, and the burn-out rates for medical students are increasing. Now a new study has found a strong association between medical...

By Joanna Hughes August 23, 2016

The East African Community, or EAC, has long been working toward a more harmonized system among universities in its five member states. Following t...

By Elizabeth Koprowski August 17, 2016

Gun violence is a major problem in the United States, but due to a twenty-year ban on federal funding for research, reliable statistics on firearm ...

By Elizabeth Koprowski August 3, 2016

Who says that you need a degree to create exciting developments in medicine and technology? Not the two high school students whose innovative appli...

By Elizabeth Koprowski July 20, 2016

Collaboration is a key to success. That's the take-away from five years of a cooperative medical assistance program between Korea and Laos. Here's ...

By Joanna Hughes July 6, 2016

A government scheme to replace scholarships for nurses and midwives with loans has been met with opposition from a collective of the UK’s hea...

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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.