Surgeons at Yale reform residency training
Surgical residencies have long been training grounds for the culture and workplace habits that can lead to physician burnout. In recent years, programs across graduate medical education, including surgery, have attempted to reverse the century-old culture of cutthroat competition, self-deprivation, and personal sacrifice that have been their hallmarks.
Yale Journal of Biology and Medicine celebrates its 90th anniversary
In 1928, with enthusiastic support by then-dean Milton C. Winternitz, Yale School of Medicine students founded the Yale Journal of Biology and Medicine, which is still run by students today. This spring they celebrated the journal's 90th anniversary of continuous publication.