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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...

By Joanna Hughes June 22, 2016

Research continually drives scientists toward new innovations aimed at helping people live longer and better. News from China indicates that this s...

By Joanna Hughes June 8, 2016

While the UK has long held the title of Europe’s leading destination for international studies, its reign may soon come to an end, according ...

By Elizabeth Koprowski June 1, 2016

Who functions better during night-shifts – women or men? A new study may shine some light on the issue. The research has implications fo...

By Elizabeth Koprowski May 25, 2016

College students have a reputation for being sleep-deprived night-owls who sleep until noon whenever possible. But is this a fair assessment? Not a...

By Elizabeth Koprowski May 11, 2016

The UK has announced an exciting new program aimed at nursing education. There is evidence that well-trained nurses help reduce patient deaths, and...

By Elizabeth Koprowski April 13, 2016

If you're an international medical student studying in the United States under a J-1 Visa, you already know that once you've finished your studies,...

By Elizabeth Koprowski April 7, 2016

Today is World Health Day, and medical students are queuing up to enroll in a short-term experience in global health programs to help the World Hea...

By Elizabeth Koprowski March 23, 2016

Most of us were told that education would improve our chances in life, but now there's scientific data to suggest that education can do more than g...

By Elizabeth Koprowski March 9, 2016

Scotland wants to encourage students from all levels of society to study medicine at Scottish universities. The news comes after an investigation f...

By Joanna Hughes February 24, 2016

A recent study conducted on behalf of the UK Clinical Aptitude Test Board revealed a connection between affluence and medical school applications a...

By Joanna Hughes February 10, 2016

With Valentine’s Day approaching, thoughts of love and marriage are on many minds. If you’re thinking about going into medicine or...

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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.