According to the Future Healthcare Journal, medical education doesn’t prepare young doctors for the rapidly changing medical landscape.
The current response to change is a ‘reactive and resource-intensive effort’, rather than interprofessional clinical and non-clinical training. There’s an opportunity to incorporate a philosophy and style that accommodate innovation, communication, and change – with one single educational body bridging undergraduate and postgraduate instruction.
Postgraduate medical training needs to be a flexible, responsive training curriculum for the workforce. Education needs to teach students how to adapt and encourage innovation. Read More