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.
As the century-old model of medical education shows its age, the School of Medicine rebuilds its curriculum.
As students begin their clinical training, they revisit key principles.
An experiment in medical education followed “a very wise direction.”
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.