This study examines correlations between US specialty residency competitiveness and median salary, and between lifestyle factors and selection of a primary care specialty.
This Invited Commentary examines arguments in favor of discontinuing the Step 2 Clinical Skills Examination.
This cross-sectional study surveys medical students in 8 Southern public medical schools about Medicaid eligibility in their states.
This Viewpoint discusses the importance of teaching medical students and residents the skills involved in patient-centered care and communication and enhancing the behavioral and social science content of a medical school’s curriculum and that these skills are just as important as teaching the molecular and genetic basis of health and illness.
Austad and colleagues set out to determine whether there is an association between medical trainees’ interactions with pharmaceutical promotion and their preferences in medication use. Ross elucidates in the Editor’s Note.