med school

med school

The First Woman Dean Is 'A Sea Of Change' At USC’s Scandal-Plagued Medical School

Laura Mosqueda, a geriatrician, will face a big challenge as USC reels from drug and sexual misconduct scandals that have enraged students and landed the university in legal hot water.
Susan Abram, California Healthline
6.19.18
Weed

A Surprising Number of Medical Residents Think Weed Is an FDA-Approved Drug

A small new survey is more evidence that med schools need to do a better job addressing marijuana.
Ashley Lyles
11.2.17
mental health

Doctors Are Afraid to Seek the Therapy They Often Recommend

Getting mental health support could put their jobs at risk.
Ashley Lyles
10.17.17
Weed

Med Students Aren’t Taught How to Prescribe Marijuana

More than half of states have legalized medical weed but med schools haven't caught up yet.
Jesse Hicks
9.18.17
Seriously What?

Wisconsin Bill Would Ban Doctors From Learning How to Perform Abortions

Despite the fact that med schools are required to offer abortion training to residents.
Amber Brenza
7.17.17
We Asked

How Do Medical Residents Stay Awake During Long Shifts?

What happens in the hospital stays in the hospital. Mostly because these doctors were too tired to remember any of it.
Emily Cassel
6.12.17
I Want My Co-Pay Back

Most Doctors Take Just 8 Hours of Sex Ed

And that's if they went to one of the better med schools.
Stephanie Auteri
6.9.17
Getting Schooled

Old Works of Art Are Helping Med Students Learn How to Diagnose

It's all in the details.
Olga Oksman
5.25.17
Fighting Words

The Medical Establishment Does Not Care About Doctors

And you know what that creates? Bad doctors.
Kunal Sindhu
4.27.17
Tonic Talks

We Talked to the Ex-NFL Player Going to Harvard For Neurosurgery

Myron Rolle is a black athlete who will soon be a black surgeon—two realities that come with contrasting expectations.
Austin Williams
3.21.17
We Asked

How Much Do 30-Hour Shifts Suck for Medical Residents?

A lot.
Dhruv Khullar
3.8.17
healthcare

DO vs MD: Similarities, Differences, and Which One is Better

While the majority of doctors in the US have MDs (Medical Degree), others have DO degrees (Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine degree). Here, the similarities and differences between an MD and DO—and which one is best for you.
Cindy Kuzma
2.7.17
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