“Medical students today face the unique challenge of having to learn an unprecedented amount of medical information in an increasingly limited amount of time. Medical texts and review books for high-stakes certification examinations increase in length every year.
- June 16, 2020
Because of COVID-19, the YSM Teaching and Learning Center (TLC) converted its annual Med Ed Day conference to a virtual format. The day showcases and celebrates the innovation and excellence of medical education and its research and scholarship throughout the Yale health professional school community.
- May 18, 2020
On May 18, the 113 graduates of the Yale School of Medicine (YSM) MD Class of 2020 were celebrated in an hour-long virtual Commencement ceremony, an event that reflected tremendous collaboration among YSM students, faculty, and staff.
- May 08, 2020
Medical Education Day at Yale, Enhancing Educator Development and Scholarship, has become an annual campus tradition since its launch in 2013. The tradition continues this year, with a twist—it will be virtual, and expand beyond one day.
- April 16, 2020
Registration is open for Med Ed Day on June 4, will now be virtual and Include a presentation by Dean Brown.
- January 29, 2020
“We learned about kindness by watching our coaches with patients. We thank you from the bottom of our hearts, you have made us better physicians.” Nathaniel Bachtel ’22 shared these thoughts at a December 5, 2019 gathering to recognize the 56 coaches and 104 Yale School of Medicine (YSM) MD students, who recently had completed their Medical Coach Experience (MCE) course prior to starting their clerkship year.
- December 20, 2019Source: Teaching and Learning Center
This is a two-year program that features an education research project and provides a comprehensive curriculum for individuals interested in developing a career in the field of medical education.
- December 19, 2019
Fuery, Chung, Srikumar Win Teaching Awards
- October 14, 2019
Research demonstrates that about 80% of variation in health outcomes is determined by socioeconomic and environmental conditions–such as access to health care, affordable housing, and clean air - rather than direct clinical care. Should doctors therefore receive advocacy training during residency, to provide them with the skill set needed to influence the laws, policies, and programs that can cause or remedy such conditions?
- September 16, 2019
Newly renovated space in the medical library and the basement of Harkness Hall supports the medical education curriculum.