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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 ...
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 ...
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 ...