Potential revisions to the OMB's standards for collecting data on race and ethnicity draw interest from medical educators and anthropologists.
Appeals court revives suit over student complaints about being pressured to participate in medical procedure.
U of Vermont's College of Medicine announces it will get rid of lecture courses and completely reshape the faculty role -- a first for a traditional medical school.
Community colleges continue to face severe shortages, so much so that some students must wait six years to enroll in nursing.
Would a medical school be the answer to Syracuse University's new push to become a bigger and better research university?
Just because doctors and scientists need to understand more than biology and chemistry doesn't mean that rigorous study of those and other fields isn't essential, writes Adele Wolfson.
U of California at San Francisco is about to ban sale of sugary beverages on campus. Will the policy make a difference? Will other colleges follow?
The country's only LCME accredited for-profit medical school is working to increase the number of bilingual and multicultural physicians in the U.S.
After one college faced criticism over transvaginal probing, officials at other health education programs say invasive procedures aren't typically performed on students, but are left to models and professionals.
Yale U.'s hybrid physician assistant program hits an accreditation snag -- a win for critics who have wanted the program to be evaluated as a stand-alone offering.