An emerging trend is taking place in medical education: visits to art museums. Read how a medical student at Johns Hopkins experienced the benefits of a collaborative museum-based experiential learning session with his colleagues, led by professor of psychiatry Meg Chisolm and associate professor Susan Lehmann.
“See one, do one, teach one,” is the traditional adage by which physicians learn their trade. This apprenticeship model in medicine is often credited to… Read More »Learning Through Apprenticeship: A Continued Pillar of Medical Education
The weekend of November 4 was bustling in Boston. As the nippy winds of early winter settled into the northeastern city, energetic physicians and medical… Read More »The Challenges of Medical Education in the Millennial Era
Medical knowledge grows like a metastatic cancer, rapidly expanding every day, uninhibited as new literature is published, novel discoveries are made and evidence is refined.… Read More »Novel Study Tools Redefine How We Learn
“The one real goal of education is to leave a person asking questions.” – Max Beerbohm, essayist of the late Victorian and Edwardian eras Medical… Read More »Questions are a Critical Component of Medical Education
This past year, fourth-year medical student Ryan Shields undertook a big project. He sought to build on previous students’ efforts to improve medical education surrounding… Read More »Student Advocates for Sexual and Gender Minorities Healthcare in Curriculum