Developing Accelerated Pathway Programs for Medical Students
Why a consortium of medical schools being led by New York University School of Medicine is identifying and sharing best practices for a three-year medical degree.
New York University
With support from the Josiah Macy Jr. Foundation, New York University is currently leading a consortium of 12 medical schools (11 US, 1 Canadian) that have established or begun piloting accelerated pathway curricula in order to share best practices.
Learning to Treat Pain—As Part of a Team
How an interprofessional pain management module from the University of California, Davis is equipping the future healthcare workforce with the skills they need to effectively relieve pain and suffering.
University of California, Davis
To equip the future healthcare workforce with the skills they need to effectively relieve pain and suffering, the UC Davis Health System set out to develop interprofessional pain-management modules for pre-licensure students.
Creating a Culture of Collaboration
How an interactive training program and toolkit from the University of Kansas are laying the groundwork for professional development in interprofessional education and practice.