Frank Qian and Ethan Litman emphasize the inherent lack of "choice" in health care outcomes in their response to previous article "How Jimmy Kimmel Failed His Own Test."
Understanding Our Patients’ Drugs: The Need for a Pharmacy Elective within Medical School Curriculum
Sarayna Schock, a third year at Penn State, justifies the need for a pharmacy course in medical school.
Ajay Koti responds to previous article "How Jimmy Kimmel Failed His Own Test," questioning facts and greater intentions behind the current health care reform debate.
Fowaz Hussain shares methods for "health care professionals to learn more about the pervasiveness and adverse impact of racial bias that exists both within and outside of the clinic."
Aishwarya Rajagopalan and Adam Barsouk dissect the major policy changes of the ACA and the AHCA, offering their perspectives on the state of American healthcare.
Rohit Abraham of Michigan State reflects upon the missing elements of our third year curriculum.
The Upside of Depression: An Optimistic Medical Student’s Journey to Find the Silver Lining with an Oxymoron
Columnist Mollika Hossain shares how she is able to find inspiration within her depression.