Medical College of Idaho Administrator to Budget Committee: Housing remains a challenge for students

The University of Idaho College of Medicine program director told members of the Idaho Legislature’s budgeting committee on Friday that he continues to struggle with few in-state residence options for graduating students, contributing to Idaho’s longstanding problem of having the fewest physicians. per 100,000 people. The Washington, Wyoming, Alaska, Montana and Idaho Regional Medical Education … Read more

The European Multi-Pharmaceutical Union now regulates beauty devices as medical devices

Written by Hilda Ferro, BA Consulting The beauty equipment business is booming. The global value of the cosmetics industry has reached more than $530 billion in 2022, with an expected growth rate of approximately 4% over the next five years, while the size of the beauty devices market has reached $66 billion and a growth … Read more

Researchers solve an 80-year-old medical mystery that causes kidney damage in children

Researchers at the University of East Anglia have solved an 80-year-old medical mystery that causes kidney damage in children and can be fatal in children. People with this condition cannot properly metabolize vitamin D, which causes calcium to build up in the blood and leads to kidney damage and kidney stones. This led to a … Read more

Yale researchers discovered a loophole in the FDA’s medical device regulation

Researchers at Yale University School of Medicine and Harvard Medical School found that a loophole in current regulations allowed manufacturers to obtain FDA approval for unsafe medical devices. Stephanie is 1:50 a.m. Jan. 26, 2023 US Food and Drug Administration A recent study led by researchers at Yale University School of Medicine and Harvard Medical … Read more

Analytical Testing Outsourcing Market For Medical Devices To Reach US$7,956.9 Million Worldwide By 2031, CAGR Of 5.3%: Allied Market Research

Increasing demand for medical device analytical testing services such as physical tests, biocompatibility testing and sterility testing, from the medical devices and supplies sector is driving the growth of the medical device analytical testing outsourcing market. Portland, Ore.And January 25, 2023 /PRNewswire/ — Allied Market Research published a report titled, “Market of outsourcing testing of … Read more

Dr. Louis E. Grenzer Sr., Baltimore cardiologist and author of Study Guide for Medical Students – The Baltimore Sun, dies

Dr. Louis E. Grenzer Sr., a retired Baltimore cardiologist who wrote a study and review guide for the cardiology board exam and was an accomplished banjo player and videographer, died of cardiac arrest on January 3 at University of Maryland St. Joseph Medical. Center in Tucson. He was 81 years old. “Louis Grenzer was a … Read more

ChatGPT talks his way through the Wharton MBA and Medical Exams • Register

OpenAI’s ChatGPT chatbot, if left out in the world, would score between a B and a B- on the Wharton Business School’s Operations Management Exam, and would approach or exceed the score required to pass the US Medical Licensing Examination (USMLE). While this may say more about the fixed, document-focused nature of testing than the … Read more

The Haymarket Insomnia in Medical Education Working Group publishes updated recommendations for the management of primary care insomnia disorder in primary care facilities for central nervous system disorders (

New York, January 23, 2023–(BUSINESS WIRE)– On January 24, 2023, The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry – The Primary Care Companion to Central Nervous System Disorders will publish an article developed by Haymarket Medical Education in collaboration with a group of experts chaired by Russell Rosenberg, Ph.D., FAASM, Senior Chief Scientific Officer and CEO of NeuroTrials … Read more

California’s mental health system is too slow for young people on Medi-Cal

Briefly Despite recent policy changes, many California families seeking behavioral health treatment through Medi-Cal are struggling to get the services they need in a timely manner. Given the scale of the emergency, country leaders must ensure that these systems are provided with sustainable resources. Comment by guest Nancy Holland Nancy Holland is a mother of … Read more

Falkland University Medical School names Dr Alma Littles as Dean Temporary

The Florida State University College of Medicine dean position is no longer vacant as Dr. Alma Littles, associate dean for medical education and academic affairs, has been appointed interim dean of the university. Littleless has been appointed by Federal University President Jim Clark and will begin her new role on February 1. As a current … Read more