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Being Good to Medicine

What is the fundamental role of the humanities and arts in the training and development of physicians?
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Simulation in PhD Programs (SiPP) to Prepare Nurse Scientists as Social Justice Advocates

Macy Faculty Scholar Coretta Jenerette, PhD, RN, AOCN, CNE, FAAN on preparing nurses to be effective advocates for their patients.
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Addiction Medicine Fellowships: The Fight Against the Opioid Crisis

Tim Brennan, MD, MPH, Vice President for Medical and Academic Affairs at The Addiction Medicine Foundation, on the importance of trained physicians in helping to stem the opioid crisis.

Web Conference Recording: Improving Environments for Learning in the Health Professions

On July 18, the Macy Foundation hosted a web conference to discuss new recommendations on improving environments for learning in the health professions.

How Can We Educate and Train to Professionalism?

The report summarizes a convening of the 19 grantees who received funding from the national initiative, Educating and Training to Professionalism, co-sponsored by the Macy Foundation.

Ensuring Health Professions Students Understand the Systems of Care

Macy Faculty Scholar Jed Gonzalo, MD, MSc, on educating future providers to be citizens of the healthcare system.

Improving Health Professions Education to Treat Addiction: The Time Has Come

Macy Faculty Scholar Jeanette M. Tetrault, MD, FACP, FASAM on why addiction education should reflect the way addiction treatment is delivered.