By Devin Partida
Medical education is not something obtained easily or quickly. Traditional medical education requires a four-year undergraduate program, a four-year graduate program in medical school, and a residency that can take anywhere from three to seven years, not to mention the tests necessary to practice medicine in the state they live in. Everything from basic treatments to delicate surgeries requires practice.
While some of these procedures can be practiced on cadavers or dummies, the best education comes from hands-on experience. However, these experiences aren’t always available. How can we ensure the next generation of medical professionals has the training and education to care for future patients? What role will artificial intelligence (AI) and robotics play in the future of medical education?
AI for Diagnostics
Advances in Robotic Surgery
Chatbots as Education Assistants
The Next Generation of Medical Education
There is no way to make medical education faster or less expensive. Still, there is a growing variety of tools making it easier for those who choose that path to get the experience and education they need to provide the best care possible