Episode: 41. Working with patients in the era of Yelp

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41. Working with patients in the era of Yelp
Even after you’ve left medical school, you’ll have to stay current. There’s a lot more to it than just picking up CME credits; though staying up to date on clinical medicine and pharmacology is critical, there are technologies and trends among patients and society that you’ll have to keep up with. Dr. Jim Slayton explains how he’s found that to be the case over the past 25 years since he graduated medical school and served as AMSA president. He also has some advice on how you, as a medical student, can help more experienced physicians stay up to date on these trends too.

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