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Masterclass Webinar: What is the Best Way to Teach Physiology? Sep 25, 2023 at 11:00 AM EDT Register Now In this webinar, Dr. Jonathan Kibble will provide examples of how to evolve from traditional lecture-based teaching to a blended active learning approach. In recent studies, Dr. Kibble and colleagues reported on sharply declining lecture attendance, and the lack of relationship [Read more...]

The Moultrie Library circulation desk hours of operation have increased.  Days and times are below.  The library space on all campuses are available for quiet study 24/7. Monday: 9a-10p Tuesday: 9a-10p Wednesday: 9a-5p Thursday: 9a-5p Friday: 9a-10p Saturday: 10a-6p Sunday: 10a-6p [Read more...]

Identifying cultural and structural barriers and catalyzing institutional policies that support all qualified learners, regardless of disability, throughout the medical education continuum is a worthy and essential goal. This publication weaves together major themes from interviews conducted with 47 students, residents, and physicians with disabilities. Citation: Meeks LM, Jain N. Association of American Medical Colleges [Internet]. Accessibility, Inclusion, and Action in Medical [Read more...]

The number of students with a disability matriculating into institutions of medical education, including physician assistant programs, is increasing. Educational institutions must develop procedures with regard to the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) including the provision of reasonable accommodations to provide equal opportunities for all. These procedures must be compliant with federal and state laws while protecting academic integrity, maintaining [Read more...]