Fourth-year medical students forge a path through virtual residency interviews, deciding where they will spend years of their life, often without ever having visited.
Three medical students at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine recently published an article in response to an important decision that will change how applicants to medical residency programs will be evaluated beginning in 2022.
As a welcome gift to the incoming first year medical school class at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, second year students offer 10 essential principles, or “anchors,” to steady their new peers as they navigate the exciting adventure ahead.
When Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine students heard their clerkships were cancelled due to COVID-19, they sprang into action, creating a way to help from home. CovidUp2Date, a social media campaign, confronts COVID-19 rumors with facts by providing daily updates about the pandemic from reputable sources.
The experience of medical school can be intense and overwhelming for many students. Here, a medical student shares how he takes mindful moments to help him through stressful situations.
Many people are not familiar with a rare disease called inclusion body myositis (IBM). Most have never heard of it. On Jan. 22, 2019, Harry… Read More »Partnering Toward Discovery: A Focus on Inclusion Body Myositis
The Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) is well known to premedical students. Founded in 1876, the AAMC — comprised of all 151 accredited U.S.… Read More »The Organization of Student Representatives: A Student Government of Medical Education
As a fourth-year medical student at Johns Hopkins, I have had the privilege of working with attending physicians in a number of outpatient clinics. My… Read More »Engaging Medical Students in Outpatient Clinics