August 14, 2018

What history does this incidental finding suggest?

Figure 1 Quiz of the Week A 62-year-old female, G3P3, presents to her gynecologist with a year-long history of worsening stress urinary incontinence. During the course […]
August 6, 2018

Failure to thrive in a child—what’s the cause?

Figure 1 Quiz of the Week A three-year-old African American boy is brought to his new pediatrician over concerns of poor growth, fatigue, and irritability. On […]
January 25, 2017

Beyond the Essentials: Ready to Learn Procedures You Won’t in the Classroom?

By: Jen Junda, Director Member Marketing, AMSA Learning essential clinical skills is certainly a key part of your training in medical school. But you’ll learn and […]
December 14, 2016

My Clinical Experience as a Volunteer EMT

By: Jennifer Tran-Kiem Should I volunteer as an emergency medical technician (EMT) or a medical scribe? That was the question I faced during my sophomore year as […]