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Busy physicians are challenged to provide efficient patient education and often rely on written patient education materials (WPEMs). However, WPEMs are frequently difficult for patients to comprehend and remember. We applied an established scientific theory of literacy, Dual Coding Theory, to...
Greater emphasis on the behavioral sciences and humanities in medical education is needed for medical students to understand how to develop and maintain professional relationships. However, students often report little teaching about professional boundaries and ways to navigate the challenges of...
At our medical school, Counseling Services is an area of service for students organized under Student Affairs. It is available to current medical and graduate students at no additional cost. While some students see it as a resource they will never need, many have discovered Counseling Services,...
Mr. S is a 38-year-old patient who is being seen by Dr. H for a lipid disorder related to renal failure. He is being considered for a renal transplant in the near future, and Dr. H has been asked to make an evaluation and a recommendation to the transplant program regarding the patient’s...
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