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Share Your AMO Story: Miguel

At AMOpportunities we work to connect international medical students with U.S. clinical experiences. These experiences can provide insight into the U.S. healthcare system. We receive a lot of feedback from students who express that their clinical experience was just as enjoyable as it was educational. Recently, we caught up with Miguel, a medical student from […]

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Celebrating the International Day of Education

Celebrating Educational Equity

The UN celebrated its first International Day of Education on Jan. 24, 2019. The United Nations General Assembly adopted the day to celebrate education’s role in peace and development. As AMO believes education is a human right, CEO Kyle Swinsky reflected on the significance of education as a global purpose—rather than only an international or […]

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Physician Social Media Engagement in 2018

What Got Physicians Talking in 2018

At the end of 2018, the American Medical Association compiled a list of the most popular topics on social media for physicians and patients. Check out what was liked, loved and shared the most between physicians of the United States: 1. Physician Burnout An AMA Facebook post highlighted a survey detailing the prevalence of physician burnout […]

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Trends Influencing 2019 Healthcare Delivery

The rise of healthcare costs and the middling quality as a result of the shifts in government regulations, drug costs and other events in 2018 only create opportunities to make appropriate changes in 2019. As a result, MedCity News has taken the time to dive into the six key trends they believe will influence healthcare […]

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Renan's LA Dermatology Rotation

Share Your AMO Story: Renan

This past month, AMO had many students complete rotations in the U.S. who enjoyed their learning experiences. Renan, a medical student from Brazil, took part in two different dermatology rotations during the months of October and November. He enjoyed his rotation experience so much that he hopes others consider a rotation with AMO as well. […]

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AMOpportunities Reveals New Platform

AMO Launches New Website!

We’re so excited to announce that we’re launching our new website! We wanted to create something new, unique and, above all else, easy to use. We’ve accomplished all three, introducing something that will allow you to apply and reserve your U.S. clinical rotation. Head to the site now to see for yourself! So, what can […]

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Apply for your U.S. dental rotation now.

A Need for More Dentists

It is widely reported that the United States will experience a severe shortage of medical physicians in the coming years. However, this shortage goes well beyond the medical field, encompassing the dental field as well. According to the Dental Tribune, demographic changes in the United States have led to a severe shortage of dentists throughout […]

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Revamping Medical Education

A New Type of Medical Education

A medical student’s education has followed the same path for decades. Learning from books and lectures followed by clinical rotations for exposure to patients. However, as technology continues to evolve in the healthcare field, a gap is created between a student’s medical education and the care that happens outside of their medical school experience. As […]

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Top 10 Residency Interview Questions

Top 10 Residency Interview Questions

The residency interview is an important step in gaining admission to any residency program. Coordinators use the interview to learn more about who you are as a person—not just a doctor. To best prepare for upcoming residency interviews, AMO came up with a list of the top 10 most frequently asked questions. Spend some time […]

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Medical Students Interact with End-of-Life Patients

Interacting With the Gravely Ill

End-of-life care is a necessary part of a physician’s career, but medical students aren’t taught how to find out the wishes of dying patients and how to work that into their care plans. For many students, talking about such care can be intimidating. As such, the University of Massachusetts Medical School launched a training program […]

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