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An insider’s view

An insider’s view

A summer program to encourage diversity in the health professions shows college students a clearer path to becoming a doctor—by acquainting them with the art, science and culture of medicine.

It’s nearly 1 a.m. on Sunday morning of the July 4 weekend, and the constellation of examination cubicles and work stations in the Yale-New Haven Hospital emergency department is as peaceful as a library. Patients who have already been treated rest comfortably on stretchers while awaiting rooms upstairs. Meanwhile,...

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Fighting the good food fight

Fighting the good food fight

With the pealing bells of St. Mary’s Church as counterpoint, a celebratory air prevailed in the seminar room of...

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Closing the gender gap

Closing the gender gap

When Barbara K. Kinder, M.D. ’71, HS ’77, trained at Yale three decades ago, surgical residents were just that:...

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