Education

160 articles:
by Jacob White

Med schools, students adapt to new normal

by Nikita Arora

‘Tell me it will be OK:’ Learning to deal with patients’ pain

As a surgical resident, a huge part of my job is, unexpectedly, palliation. But I’ve never received training on how to do it. Am I doing it right? I wonder.

by Nichole Parker

Online learning evolving to meet COVID challenge

by Laurie Proulx Manoj Lalu Kelly Cobey Donna Rubenstein

Fake journals in the age of fake news: the dangers of predatory publishing

by Timothy Caulfield

We can’t fight pandemic with bad science

by Nadin Abbas Susan Lamb

A little science is a dangerous thing

by Juliet Guichon Ian Mitchell Christopher Doig M. John Gill James Dickinson Margaret Russell

Fluoridation and the ‘sciency’ facts of critics

by Grace Zhao

Medical students, we need to decompress.

by Sharon Bal Rimpy Cheema Nisha Arora

Let’s listen to patients’ hearts, even if we don’t have to

by Michael Fralick John Fralick Sheliza Halani Danny Panisko Gillian Spiegle

Fire It Up: Delayed tPA, Lipids and Cardiovascular Outcomes, Stroke Prevention, and Fournier’s Gangrene with SGLT2 Inhibitors

by Zeeshan Ansari Chika Oriuwa Dafna Izenberg Kate Peiyin Zhang

What are medical schools doing to admit more poor students?

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