Medical Education

Oct 22, 2014
Written by Dr. Kala Mehta, Dr. Dolores Gallagher-Thompson, Annecy Majoros and Nate Gardner
Aug 26, 2014
Delivering world-class emergency medical training online in Uganda.
Abstract outdoor sculpture at Stanford Medical Center. Photo by Linda A. Cicero / Stanford News Service.
Aug 24, 2014
Wish you could be more mindful about your teaching? This Stanford Med program gives medical instructors the opportunity.
Two white-coated physicians on either side of a patient in a hospital room
Aug 18, 2014
Bedside teaching involves the teacher, the learner and a willing and interested patient. Resident Kirsten Brandt describes a useful format to help them do it effectively.
Students walking bikes alongside the Quad
Apr 16, 2014
The way "millennials" think means you should teach them differently. See how some Stanford Med instructors are doing it.
Medical students standing next to each other
Apr 9, 2014
The spring of 2015 will bring about changes for premedical students, who will be taking a new version of the Medical College Admission Test (MCAT).  
Feb 18, 2014
The motivations, challenges, and joys of teaching: an interview with renowned teacher of teachers Dr. Kelley Skeff.
Exterior, Packard Children's Hospital at Stanford
Jan 21, 2014
How often does your teaching save lives? These Stanford researchers' training improvements helped more children survive.
Multiple shots of medical people surrounding a gurney with a "patient" on it
Jan 16, 2014
Residents on call with a stroke code Overhead page: "Code Stroke, ED Alpha Room Seven, Code Stroke..."
Nov 21, 2013
Through service learning courses on community health, I’ll show how my students interested in health professions learn and develop a deep understanding of the principles of effective and ethical public service; by working together with community a


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