Graduate Medical Education in the 21st Century

David Robinson, MD

“New technology is frequently met with skepticism and resistance. It can be complicated, disruptive, and initially not any better than what is currently available. For example, originally, address books were physical books with names, telephone numbers, and addresses penciled onto their pages. The advent of the electronic address book provided the same information, only it needed batteries, was slow to search, and was much more expensive.

Many people thought, “Why would I use that?” And they were right.

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