When Dr. Jeremy Polman attended medical school as a young DO student, he found limited resources for learning osteopathic manipulative medicine. As a fellow, he got to work figuring out how to understand it better. With help from OnlineMedEd, that journey has led to a new book that could change how OMM is understood.
Like it did in the late 1990s, the recent Taliban takeover of Afghanistan is likely to have disastrous consequences for the nation’s health care and medical education networks. For the Afghani medical community—both those who stay and leave—the path forward is uncertain.
For decades, young physicians in the United States have entered the medical workforce woefully underprepared to deal with, and treat, opioid addiction. Though recent years have seen addiction medicine receive increasing recognition and support, opioid overdose numbers continue to skyrocket.
After clunky beginnings nearly 40 years ago, medical gaming has been carving out a growing niche within medicine. Recent steps forward in virtual (VR) and augmented reality (AR), along with the increasing shift to mobile devices over the last decade, have helped fuel a rise brought into even sharper relief by in-person Covid-19 restrictions.