Over and over in classrooms and lounges, I regularly overhear, ##ldquo;I can't believe I'm paying $50000 a year to do this.##rdquo;.
An Irish medical student gives his first impressions of US hospital medicine.
Hospitals risk dehumanization if major decisions are carried out by those whose focus is not on patient care.
Being a first-year medical student is like getting a colonoscopy. The preparation is rigorous, but you're grateful to have an appointment.
A student recounts the obstacles he faced when preparing to study in the US.
An Irish medical student offers a historical tour of his training hospital, and others.Asking patients if they have any questions isn't the best way to be sure ...
Ask any medical student which disease affects the lungs and kidneys, and he or she is likely to answer Goodpasture's syndrome.
An internship boot camp prepares final-year medical students for the daily encounters they'll face in the years ahead.
A medical student reflects on the implications of increased access to genetic information.
It would be impossible to tell medical students all the things they need to know to succeed, but our columnist can think of a few easy signs to follow.