When Interns Snooze, Do Patients Lose?

For the second time in eight years, the organization that regulates graduate medical education has limited the number of hours interns and residents may work at a time.

Yale Med Students, Faculty Courted By Army

Military officers in dress uniform and Army Reserve medics in camouflage fatigues mingled with academics from Yale University Wednesday in an attempt to encourage Yale students and medical staff to consider working as Army medics and to publicize the Army’s humanitarian work.

Vet Groups Want Answers To ‘Wrongful’ Discharges

While the number of veterans discharged for “personality disorder” has dropped dramatically in the last two years, the numbers of service members diagnosed with adjustment disorder has climbed, leading veterans’ groups to charge Wednesday that the military may be playing a shell game to deny benefits to combat veterans.