Medical Education

99 articles
by David To

Travel restrictions limit opportunities for personal and professional growth for medical trainees

Due to health and travel restrictions related to COVID-19 and policies by Canadian medical training programs to suspend or discourage international opportunities at this time, a cohort of medical trainees is at risk of missing out on valuable experiences.

by Abigail Roberts

Getting comfortable with being uncomfortable: A Canadian’s perspective on studying medicine abroad during the pandemic

We are coming up on a year of COVID-19, and we have overcome more challenges than we ever could have expected. This year has prepared us for the unexpected challenges of the medical profession.

by Nathasha Dias

‘A leaking pipeline.’ Addressing gender inequities in medical leadership

Despite more women than men enrolling in medical schools, fewer women advance in their careers to hold leadership positions. Why? And what can be done to change that?

by Ben Huang

Rethinking race in health care

by Maisoon D. Yousif Oluwatobi (Tobi) Olaiya Farhan Mahmood

COVID-19 amplifies economic barriers to medical school admissions

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 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 Zeeshan Ansari Chika Oriuwa Dafna Izenberg Kate Peiyin Zhang

What are medical schools doing to admit more poor students?

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