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“University of Minnesota Medical School taking steps for student mental health'”
The University of Minnesota Medical School moved to pass-fail for the first two years of grading, reduced course materials by 10-15 percent and implemented a “no questions asked” policy for excused absences. The school will continue taking steps towards improving student mental health in coordination with several departments on campus.
From The New Physician
“What we wish we’d known”
It’s not a very frequent occurrence for siblings to attend the same medical school at the same time. Hear from a first- and fourth-year pair of siblings who share their journeys going to and through medical school. They highlight similarities and differences in their experiences, offering insight into medical education persepctives and its impact on personal well-being.