The way we educate doctors has undergone significant changes in the 100 years since Abraham.

‘representatives AAMC were delighted to be a part of the important dialogue that resulted in this new report on medical schools the, the way we educate doctors has undergone significant changes in the 100 years since Abraham. Flexner, and this report reflects the consensus that the nation’s medical schools continue to innovate and improve the training of future physicians so that so that they are prepared for their future patients.

Medical schools is higher than at any other time in our history, but challenges remain. Despite the broad commitment to improving the school under medical, Barriers such as decline in funding for medical education and reimbursement system in place that rewards intervention rather than prevention and primary care scares are significant obstacles to change. The recommendations outlined in this report provide important ideas which could accelerate our efforts to improve medical education in a time of potential big change in our overall health care system. Medical education must always strive to serve the changing needs of patients by remaining a dynamic, evolving process, because mean better doctors better care. .. The quality of doctors completion today of U.S.– in vivo glucose bactericide activity – activity of against all clinically relevant gram-positive, drug – resistant strains of including that towards linezolid.