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“To err is human” is more than a famous line by poet Alexander Pope; it is also the title of a 1999 Institute of Medicine (IOM) report addressing a safer health care system while recognizing the fallibility of clinicians. Morbidity and Mortality Conferences (M&MC) originated in the early 1900s...
Full implementation of the Affordable Care Act and the projected physician and nurse shortages, will require that health care providers work effectively in teams. To achieve this goal, education about team work must start at the student level. We describe how we used educational conceptual...
This manuscript illustrates the importance of medical school curriculum changes that include hands-on care to culturally diverse populations as critical to increase the cultural competency of medical students. For this paper, the Navajo people of New Mexico will be specifically highlighted. An...
A paucity of literature exists describing the relationship between anxiety and depression and attrition in medical and nursing students.
Stress, burnout, and erosion of empathy are common in medical training. There is growing interest in efforts to buffer against these outcomes. Balint groups, which explore the doctor-patient relationship, may be of value in this regard. Medical students have reported that stressful clinical...
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