Tag Archives: Education™

Post-COVID medical education must teach the real reasons for health disparities

Jason Hargrove, a 50-year-old Detroit bus driver, died from COVID-19 after being turned away from care multiple times while visibly cyanotic. Rana Zoe Mungin, a 30-year-old teacher in Brooklyn, was sent home several times until she was ill enough from the disease to require intubation and ventilation. She has since died. While there are many reasons… Read More »

The unintended consequences of #MeToo in medical education

Harvard Medical School student Chloe Li typically dressed in scrubs or an efficient, professional outfit as she went about learning to care for patients in the intense, year-long clerkship program where I teach. For her capstone presentation on graduation day, though, she wore a cream-colored wrap-around dress of luscious silk, tasteful jewelry, and an up-do hairstyle. She… Read More »

Pharmacy Times Continuing Education™ to Host Directions in Pharmacy® Conference in New Jersey – Yahoo Finance

CRANBURY, N.J.–(BUSINESS WIRE)– Pharmacy Times Continuing Education™ (PTCE), a leader in continuing education for retail, health-system, managed care and specialty pharmacists, will present the ninth annual Directions in Pharmacy® spring continuing education conference on Saturday, June 22, at the Hyatt Regency in New Brunswick, New Jersey. This conference series is supported by educational grants from… Read More »