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Medical Education vs Medical Journalism

Medical educators (sometimes called clinician educators or academic clinicians) often think of their* jobs as teaching our own students…those who are in medical school, residency, fellowship…as well as those who attend lectures and conferences…etc. Sometimes the best educators are not … Continue reading

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What Has Happened to Gastroenterology Training?

The state of gastroenterology training and education in the United States today can be summarized in one word: endoscopy. Gone are the days of the cognitive gastroenterologist, discussing the character, smell, texture, and color of a patient’s stool in an … Continue reading

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Doctor as Teacher: A Life Lesson to Future Doctors

I do a lot of teaching.  Truth be told, it is what drew me to stay in academic medicine.  As a subspecialist, I am fortunate enough to have multiple opportunities to lecture, train, and educate in a number of venues.  … Continue reading

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