In 1981 Michele Barry and Frank Bia were innovators in sending residents abroad. Now most medical schools are doing it.
New work rules for first-year residents put limits on their hours but raise concerns about training.
Before hearing residents' works, Stephen Bergman spoke at grand rounds about writing and staying human in medicine.
A recent Yale graduate reflects on the desire of younger doctors for a fulfilling life outside of medicine.
Under new rules, residents may not work more than 80 hours a week. This change has forced physicians to rethink the underpinnings not only of training, but also of patient care.