Monthly Archives: July 2016

Experts Propose A Primary-Care Curriculum

Primary Care: Education experts at Harvard Medical School, along with several medical students, propose a primary-care curriculum to coordinate activities across departments and develop a greater understanding of primary care in all students.  Eleven major themes emerged in their discussions:  … Continue reading

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Not All Rotations Are Created Equal

Workload: Was and colleagues, at Stanford Children’s Hospital, used a research database to determine the number of notes an intern wrote and the number of orders they placed for each of 6 core rotations. The authors proposed that comparing the … Continue reading

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