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Comparing physical exam education at US medical schools

from Northwestern Medicine

The resources used to teach the physical exam to preclerkship medical students vary widely across U.S. medical schools, according to a new study published in the journal Academic Medicine. Dr. Toshiko Uchida, director of Clinical Skills Education, was the first author of the study. Teaching the physical exam is generally labor-intensive and requires significant human resources, including faculty, as well as standardized and actual patients, Uchida notes. more

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