Brian Corpus M.D.
Pediatric Hospitalist; former Chief Resident at MSU/KCMS
(now WMU Homer Stryker M.D. School of Medicine)
I think what separates a good place for training from a great place for training is the combination of academics plus real life clinical experience. There are tons of educational tools that would help directly with medical care that I could see being a tremendous help for residents. Aside from equipment like stethoscopes, being able to go to conferences that residents typically can't go to, bringing in different guest lecturers and have them give grand rounds - all would be very helpful. Residents call still get really good technical experience at the WMU Homer Stryker M.D. School of Medicine because there is a wide variety of medical pathology in the area, but to be able to open up the gates a little bit more to the medical community at large would really enhance resident education.
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