BALTIMORE – By opening on-campus preventative care centers that both serve the uninsured and provide allied health students with real-world clinical experience, one community college is trying to remedy the health care crisis in its own backyard.
What the new legislation means for students, campus health centers and medical schools.
Economic realities shrink classes at a few U.S. medical schools, undercutting push to increase physician work force.
Upsetting some students, U. of Minnesota Medical School stops using live patients to teach pelvic exams.
Latest survey of pre-licensure programs shows recession is beginning to take toll on admissions and enrollments, though demand remains high.
Distance education might answer America's demand for nursing programs -- and it's not just for-profit colleges that are looking to cash in.
To dismay of community college advocates, new study recommends all nurses have a baccalaureate degree before they are allowed to practice.
Study finds that half of all medical students feel undereducated about economics and health care systems.
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