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While we wait for Congress to act to protect the “Dreamers” — the young immigrants who were covered by the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program — graduate medical education programs and their potential applicants have tough decisions to make.
Read about one young ED physician’s struggle with what happens when the law stands between the patient-doctor relationship.
Since last November’s U.S. election, many residents and medical students have felt a new urgency to become politically active and engage in legislative advocacy on behalf of their patients. How can they have the greatest impact on policy?
David Asch discusses resident work hours and using evidence to inform medical education policy.