The Institute of Medicine brought approximately 160 national experts to Washington, D.C., this summer. Their mission was to explore ways to restructure health profession education to better prepare health care professionals to practice in a world that has shifted from acute to chronic care; evidence-based practice; increasing interdisciplinary team health care; and changing patient-clinician relations. “It was exciting to be there with colleagues who represented schools of medicine, ...

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