UF Radiology Residents Sharpen Their Skills in a Simulator

UF Radiology Residents Sharpen Their Skills in a Simulator »

1 May, 2015
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The University of Florida Medical Campus. Photo via med.ufl.edu. This story originally appeared on Wing of Zock. The University of Florida College of Medicine is riding the trend of gamification in medical education, developing a new, real-time training simulation for radiology residents akin to a flight simulator. The program, “Simulation in…
Meet the MedStart Hackathon Winners

Meet the MedStart Hackathon Winners »

10 Feb, 2015
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Team SimRV discusses options for simulation solutions at MedStart. All photos via Facebook. How do you hack medical education? Over the course of 36 hours, 18 teams brainstormed technological innovations to solve problems in medical education at the MedStart hackathon, run by students in the MD/MBA program at the Tufts School…
Partners for a Healthy City: A Sneak Peek at UT Austin’s New Medical School

Partners for a Healthy City: A Sneak Peek at UT Austin’s New Medical School »

26 Jan, 2015
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A rendering of the new administration building and courtyard. All images provided. Something big is happening right off of Interstate 35, just north of downtown Austin. In November 2012, Travis County paved the way for the development of a university medical school by voting to raise property tax revenue to support…
Loanscribe: Consolidating & Reducing Medical Student Loans

Loanscribe: Consolidating & Reducing Medical Student Loans »

Image via "Deferred: Confessions of a Student Loan Debt Collector" Just ask Jonathan Bush and his "More Disruption Please" Athenahealth program - disrupting the medical ecosystem with hackathons and start-ups is hot. But most entrepreneurs and developers realize that successful disruption requires a physician who understands clinical workflow and data analysis. As the Editor-in-Chief…
Google Glass in Medical Education: Tristan Gorrindo’s Perspective

Google Glass in Medical Education: Tristan Gorrindo’s Perspective »

27 Aug, 2014
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Google Glass photo via KevinMD. Tristan Gorrindo is a child and adolescent psychiatrist at Massachusetts General Hospital and an Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School. As with many medical professionals, he has big hopes for Google Glass - but says that those hopes may be a ways off when it comes…
Medical Imaging Innovation in Coronary Artery Disease: Interview with Mass General Research Fellow Nabeel Ali

Medical Imaging Innovation in Coronary Artery Disease: Interview with Mass General Research Fellow Nabeel Ali »

16 Jun, 2014
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Nabeel Ali, research fellow at Mass General. Medical student, future clinician, engineer, innovator in medicine. That’s how colleagues describe Nabeel Ali, a second-year medical student and young medtech researcher at Mass General, in his mission to become a catalyst for pioneering change in medicine. Nabeel, a second-year medical student at Albany…

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