Our Priorities Preparing Future Health Professionals to Navigate Ethical Dilemmas

To succeed today, health professionals need more than clinical skill. They must also be prepared to navigate the complex ethical dilemmas that arise when confronting barriers that conflict with professional ideals and aspirations. Those teaching in learning environments cannot anticipate every scenario, but they can equip future health professionals with essential tools for navigating dilemmas that arise when managing issues of patient access, end of life, interactions with other health professionals and many other complex situations.

Preparing Future Health Professionals to Navigate Ethical Dilemmas

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Filling the Gap in Care for People Living with Dementia

2020 Macy Faculty Scholar Tatiana Sadak, PhD, PMHNP, ARNP, RN discusses how the Dementia Palliative Education Network is equipping healthcare professionals with the education and training to help patients living with...
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Meeting Your Match in the Virtual Space: Tips and Advice for Interviewing for the 2022 Residency Match

Macy Foundation President Holly Humphrey hears three perspectives of how COVID-19 altered the interview process for medical students seeking residency positions from Drs. Jennifer Best, James Woodruff, and Jamila Picart.
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The Future is Uncertain: Towards A Curriculum for Uncertainty in Clinical Practice

2020 Macy Faculty Scholar, Dimitri Papanagnou, MD, MPH, discusses how educators can better prepare trainees for the complexity and uncertainty that lie ahead as students transition from the classroom into the clinical...
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After a Year of Extraordinary Events, Looking Ahead with Hope

Macy Foundation President, Holly Humphrey, reflects on the unprecedented challenges of the past year and looks ahead with hope to 2021.