April 24, 2012 | Human Capital Blog Post
Medical Students and Residents
February 22, 2012 | Human Capital Blog Post
March 1, 2003 | Program Results Report
National Medical Fellowships (NMF) expanded its scholarship support for minority medical students from approximately 300 students in 1990-1991 to 2,528 from 1991-1996.
Khan Academy, with support from Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, offers mastery-based med school education to give pre-med and med students, as well as practicing physicians a continuing education.
Minority Faculty Development Programs and Underrepresented Minority Faculty Representation at U.S. Medical Schools
December 4, 2013 | Journal Article
Over the period studied (2000–2010), minority representation in medical schools modestly increased.
October 26, 2012 | Human Capital Blog Post
New data from the Association of American Medical Colleges finds a 3.1 percent increase in the number of students applying to medical school in 2012.
The What's Next Health series features leading thinkers and visionaries inspiring us to think big about the future of health and health care. Sal Khan, founder of the Khan Academy, talks about how reimagining education can help us reimagine health.
May 16, 2014 | Journal Article
The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation created the Minority Medical Faculty Development Program (later renamed the Harold Amos Medical Faculty Development Program) to nurture physician-scientists from minority backgrounds.
December 1, 2006 | Program Results Report
The American Medical Student Association conducted a survey of medical students that revealed that a majority believe that the U.S. health care system treats people unfairly.
Pressure from HMOs to See More Patients Decreases Time Devoted to Teaching of Third-Year Medical School Students
January 1, 2003 | Program Results Report
The University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, Little Rock, conducted a 2000 study of junior medical students' educational activities - instructional time and types of teachers - in non-university teaching hospitals.