Clinical CareMedicine Still Fighting for #MeToo
As institutions struggle to find solutions, some women are taking matters into their own hands.
Battle Over Maintenance of Certification Continues in the Courts
Two lawsuits against ABIM dismissed, but appeals are in or on the way.
StrategyHow Summa Health Kindled a Cultural Turnaround: 3 Steps
Physician and employee engagement faltered. Then came a public crisis and leadership change. Here's how the Ohio health system got...
StrategyCreating a Culture That Puts an End to Sexual Harassment in Healthcare
These tips can help you implement training and reporting that drive the incident rate to zero.
StrategyKaiser Permanente to Name Med School After Late Chairman and CEO Bernard Tyson
The prominent leader's commitment to social determinants of health 'will be woven into medical education at the new school.'
Clinical CareGeisinger Offers Debt-free Primary Care Medical School
Program offered for medical students who'll commit to primary care at the Pennsylvania-based health system after graduating.
Clinical CareHalf of Surgery Residents Report Harassment, Bullying
Residents who experience mistreatment during training have greater risks of burnout and suicidal thoughts.
Clinical CareDo Cancer Care Providers Skip the 'Sex Talk' With Patients?
In small survey, oncologists and APPs didn't discuss potential impact of disease, treatment on sexuality.
Clinical CareThey Enrolled in Medical School To Practice Rural Medicine. What Happened?
Of the eight University of Kansas Medical School graduates, just three chose to go where the shortages are most evident.
Clinical CareShould Medicare Cap GME Funding at $150K Per Resident?
Researchers suggest that a cap on per-resident funding could rechannel money toward community-based physician training.
Clinical CareWomen Significantly Underrepresented in Cardiology Field
Researchers have found that the percentage of women in internal medicine specialties has decreased over the past two decades, which...
Clinical CareMedical Schools Failing to Increase Representation of Minority Groups
New research indicates that increases in minority students who are applying to and enrolled in medical school are not keeping...