@StanfordMedX how about patients co-producing medical school curriculum? #MedX
— Michael Seres (@mjseres) September 27, 2013
YES YES YES!!! RT @MightyCasey: Humanities disciplines are AS IMPORTANT to #meded as biochem. There, I said it. #medx #medx"Medical-school costs have risen at double the rate of inflation in recent decades, with average annual tuition and fees now about $50,000. Since most medical students must borrow to pay for their education, physician debt has grown sharply. The median for 2012 graduates was $170,000, and more than a tenth of private-school graduates owe more than $300,000, according to the Association of American Medical Colleges. Meanwhile, physician income is widely expected to decline under ObamaCare. Rising educational debt and the prospect of declining income threaten to reduce the number of young men and women who choose medicine as a career."
— Liza Bernstein (@itsthebunk) September 27, 2013
Medical Education Needs Major Surgery http://t.co/SvOWvWqHNy #meded Many excellent points
— Eric Topol (@EricTopol) September 27, 2013
Also, care teams would be trained together, collaboratively and with mixed disciplines. Docs, nurses, etc together. #whatifhc #medx
— Annie Valdes (@annievaldes) September 28, 2013