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.
Medical, Nursing, and PA students attend 18th annual Power Day
Students from Yale’s medical professional schools took classes and listened to lectures at Power Day, where they learned about power dynamics and heirarchy in the field of medicine, and interacted with each other in a classroom setting
School of Medicine appoints Ayaska Fernando director of admissions
Ayaska Fernando has assumed the position of director of admissions at the School of Medicine after 10 years of service in the University’s Office of Undergraduate Admissions. The story of his progress at Yale as a student and an admissions professional is remarkable—a story that would have made Kingman Brewster proud.