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By Alyssa Walker March 22, 2017

A misunderstanding of new visa and immigration requirements made some Canadian nurses—who cross the border daily to work in the US—unab...

By Joanna Hughes March 15, 2017

The IoT is having a major moment, and its foothold will only grow stronger looking ahead. One industry particularly ripe for Internet of Things (Io...

By Joanna Hughes March 8, 2017

Bias against foreign-trained doctors is well documented, if not understood. Now comes research indicating that not only is this bias unfounded, but...

By Alyssa Walker March 1, 2017

A 23 percent decline in nursing and midwifery applicants to UK schools follows the shut down of the NHS bursaries.  Learn more about how UK nu...

By Joanna Hughes February 22, 2017

Japan’s oft-discussed “aging crisis” is opening doors to one segment of international students in particular, according to a rece...

By Alyssa Walker February 15, 2017

For the past decade, more men studied medicine than women in the US, but 2016 enrollment figures show that gender diversity is evenly split again.&...

By Joanna Hughes February 8, 2017

While Brexit cast doubt on the future of international research and collaboration in the UK, Prime Minister Theresa May recently indicated that the...

By Alyssa Walker February 1, 2017

For the first time in New Zealand’s history, the percentage of Maori medical school graduates reflects the percentage of the Maori population...

By Alyssa Walker January 18, 2017

The swipe of a finger and a few taps might be all it takes to train for your next surgery.  If you’re a medical student—or even a ...

By Alyssa Walker January 4, 2017

Humans make mistakes.  In the medical field, human error often results in deadly error.  To improve the global field of healthcare qualit...

By Alyssa Walker December 21, 2016

‘Smart’ technology will make its debut on the playing field, as four medical students from the Texas Tech University at El Paso develop...

By Alyssa Walker December 7, 2016

The UK experienced a 9 percent decrease in applications for medical, dental, and veterinary places, and to Oxford and Cambridge, which has Universi...

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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.