Category Archives: Professional Development

Responding to the Need for Innovation in GME

By Jennifer Kesselheim, MD, MEd & Ayres Heller, MEd One of the most exciting developments in medical education happened last summer when the Institute of Medicine (IOM) released a new report, “Graduate Medical Education That Meets the Nation’s Health Needs.” … Continue reading

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How Do You Social? Medical Students Wanted for UCF Study

By Andrea Berry and Monica Bailey About a year ago, the Faculty Development Office at the University of Central Florida (UCF) ventured into the realm of social media to see what opportunities there were for medical education and faculty development. … Continue reading

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Lean On: The “Social Admissions” Advantage for Medical School

By Roheet Kakaday As a premed student in college, I was perpetually haunted by the specter of a perfect medical school application. What did it look like? Which activities did it include? How high were its scores? Searching for information … Continue reading

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Resident Physicians Serve as Educators in Bronx Community Outreach Program

By Sarah Sonies Among New York State counties, the Bronx has some of the poorest health outcomes. National data show that the Bronx lags behind in areas such as childhood obesity, pediatric asthma, and overall pediatric health. The commonality of … Continue reading

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Learning Communities: Providing the Road Maps to Navigate Medical School

The Wing of Zock staff recently sat down with Meg Keeley, MD, Assistant Dean for Student Affairs at the University of Virginia School of Medicine, to discuss learning communities and the beneficial role they can play for medical school students. … Continue reading

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Montefiore Medical Center Study Shows Strength of Simulation Training

By Sarah Sonies Pilots-in-training don’t have immediate access to the cockpit of a Boeing 757. They are first placed in a simulator, navigating through bad weather, mechanical failures, and other adverse conditions to gain experience handling possible crises in a … Continue reading

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New Years Resolution: More teachable moments please

By Nikita Joshi, MD Originally posted Friday, Jan. 4 2013 on Academic Life in Emergency Medicine “The worst thing about busy shifts is that I never learn anything.”   My junior resident and I were contemplating the many difficulties of … Continue reading

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Chart Review: A New Carnival for Academic Medicine Blogs

Welcome to the inaugural edition of Chart Review, our new monthly feature where the editors at Wing of Zock highlight our favorite blog posts from the previous month. We focus on blogs about academic medicine, whether from the perspective of … Continue reading

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