GREENVILLE, N.C. (3/26/14)
— Education for health care professionals in the 21st century must focus on teamwork and interdisciplinary training, individualized learning for students and patient-centered care. That was the message delivered by American Medical Association representatives visiting East Carolina University on March 25.
Susan Skochelak and Rich Hawkins of the AMA's Medical Education Programs were among those who spoke to ECU health sciences educators this week.
The Brody School of Medicine is one of 11 medical schools nationwide that received grants through the AMA's Accelerating Change in Medical Education Initiative, which aims to change the way medical education is taught. Read more about the grant here