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Using Improv to Develop Communication Skills for Medical Students
Strong communication skills are essential for clinicians, and clear and confident self-presentation is important for medical students. Techniques of improvisational theater have been adapted for use in many classroom ...
Using Improv as a Tool for Fostering Mentorship Among Medical and Pre-medical Students
PURPOSE: Advising for pre-medical students can be reinforced and strengthened by involving current medical students. Medical students can improve their own communication skills and give back to medical community by mentoring ...
Evaluation of a Gender Gap in Student Academic Performance of an Integrated Hybrid Curriculum
PURPOSE Studies have shown that gender differences exist for performance on both the MCAT and the USMLE Step 1 exam. Data show that men outperform women even when controlling for prematriculation factors. In addition, other ...