Geographic Disparities in Physiatric Training & Accessibility
As physiatrists, we are well-aware of the statistics: over 25% of adults in the U.S. report having a disability. Access to physiatric care may help to reduce the economic and social impact of disability or even its overall prevalence, particularly for those in medically underserved groups. Learn more about the geographic disparities in PM&R education at both the medical school and residency level. Read Now
Training Residents in Dual Mode of Information Processing
Medical errors involve both system and physician factors. Of the latter, physician cognitive factors (information processing), rather than knowledge or data collection, probably account for majority of diagnostic errors. Developing effective clinical reasoning habits while in training is important as it may foster continued professional development and facilitate progression to expertise, reduce diagnostic errors, and ultimately improve patient safety. Read Now
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