Some argue that three years of GME is excessive. Yet physicians who skip residency face a number of hurdles, especially when it comes to employment.
The Liberty University College of Osteopathic Medicine in Lynchburg, Va., looks to address physician shortages in Appalachia.
Each component of an application needs careful consideration. And that consideration takes time—probably more than you think.
Seeking to raise awareness of osteopathic medicine and improve their skills, students at RowanSOM started a free community OMM clinic.
Lengthy, disjointed system for training physicians is ill-suited to modern health care, says KCUMB President Marc B. Hahn, DO.
Five first-years detail their greatest revelations about medical school—and what these insights taught them about themselves.
Did you sell yourself as a rural health enthusiast to get into med school? This student did, and here's what she learned afterward.
With even experienced physicians uncertain of how to process patient death, students can lack good role models in end-of-life care.
Professional artist and professor Gary Hoff, DO, champions the humanities and serves as an example of work-life balance at DMU-COM.
Report measures include scores and passing rates on the COMLEX-USA and the extracurricular experience of successful match participants.
Educators at rural-focused schools have adopted a multipronged strategy for encouraging students to pursue rural family medicine.
An OMS III reflects on the mistakes she made in her first two years and the survival tactics she picked up along the way.