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Day: May 13, 2016

Innovation in health education: Designing the medical school of tomorrow

How can today’s medical schools truly prepare students to care for patients tomorrow? That’s the question Dr. Jesse Ehrenfeld said curriculum designers at America’s medical schools need to ask more often. The structure of medical education has changed little over the last hundred years, said Ehrenfeld, a physician and professor at Vanderbilt University. Students study…

Rural areas deal with teen sexting

Forty years ago, Presidential candidate, Jimmy Carter shocked the nation by telling Playboy Magazine that he had lusted after women who were not his wife. His declaration was a radical departure from his squeaky clean image as a peanut farmer from tiny Plains, Georgia, where he taught Sunday school at the local Baptist Church. Today,…