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Save the Date: AAMC Career Fair on June 20th in Miami, FL

The Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) will be hosting a Medical Career Awareness Workshop and Student Recruitment Fair on Saturday, June 20, 2015 at the InterContinental Miami. This event is designed for high school and college students, parents, pre-health advisors, school administrators, and other individuals interested learning more about a career in medicine.

STUDENT REGISTRATION is free and will open in March. Click here for further details .

If you have questions, feel free to contact Lisa J. Jennings

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Posted 04/15/2015

MCAT Questionnaire

The AAMC would like to announce that the 2014 Post-MCAT Questionnaire (PMQ) Summary Report was placed on on March 31, 2015. This is the first year that a report on the PMQ has been released since 1999. The Summary Report from the 2014 PMQ is available online. The PMQ allows a unique look at the aspirants for medical school who have at least gone far enough to take the MCAT.

This report includes responses from 40,820 individuals who completed the PMQ in 2013, and 37,677 individuals who did so in 2014. The PMQ survey is fielded to each participant two days after he/she takes the MCAT. They are asked questions regarding how they prepared for the MCAT, their interest in studying medicine, and what their future career plans are.

Please contact with any questions or concerns.

Posted 04/02/2015

2015 AOA and NRMP Match Results

The 2015 graduating medical student class receives results of this year’s highly successful AOA and NRMP Matches.

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Posted 3/30/2015

RWJF Releases Qualitative Report on Interprofessional Collaboration

The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) recently issued a report that helps hospitals assess the potential benefits of interprofessional collaboration and offers a guide for implementation. Lessons From the Field: Promising Interprofessional Collaboration Practices profiles the experiences of more than 20 hospitals and community health centers in the United States that have achieved better patient outcomes. One of the key findings from the report suggests that institutions create a level playing field that enables team members to work at the top of their licenses.

From AAMC Stat March 23, 2015.

Posted 3/23/2015


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VirtualEvals is a system that was created by a health professions advisor and a medical school admissions officer to help health professions advisors transmit letters of evaluation to health profession schools in a secure, confidential, and efficient manner.

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