Yale School of Medicine administrators, faculty, and students work together to make sure the school’s academic offerings minimize potentially harmful distractions.
After a three-year hiatus, a longstanding annual Yale School of Medicine tradition made its triumphant return to the stage on Saturday, March 30th, to positive reviews.
How research findings make their way to the classroom.
A new program has medical, nursing, and physician associate students training together for the workplace they’ll see in the future.
A first-year medical student navigates the new curriculum.
An experiment in medical education followed “a very wise direction.”
As students begin their clinical training, they revisit key principles.
As the century-old model of medical education shows its age, the School of Medicine rebuilds its curriculum.
With kudos from Yale’s president and his peers, Robert Alpern signs on for another five-year term as dean.
In 1910, Abraham Flexner’s examination of the state of American medical education led to widespread reforms ...
Physicians once relied on seeing, hearing and touching a patient to make a diagnosis. Technology has enhanced and sometimes replaced those skills, but many doctors lament their decline.