Med Educators Blog
Med & Pre-Med Student Success Stories
February 14, 2023
Meet the next generation of med and pre-med students. Hear their stories and learn how their study habits and Kaplan courses helped them reach their goals.
Webinar in Review: Addressing Healthcare Inequities Impacting the BIPOC LGBTQIA+ Community
November 2, 2022
In this event, panelists addressed the specific challenges Queer members of BIPOC communities encounter when it comes to healthcare as well as proactive steps that healthcare providers, medical educators, and LGTBQIA+ allies can take to improve the Queer healthcare experience.
Racial Inequality in Medicine
September 15, 2022
Watch Kaplan’s Racial Inequality in Medicine webinar series, featuring a diverse panel of industry experts, join this important conversation, and learn how to get involved.
Educating Leaders 2022: Takeaways From the AACOM Annual Conference
by Jonathan Bruner, D.O., Director of Osteopathic Curriculum | June 29, 2022
Maximizing Osteopathic Education Through Curricular Design
by Jonathan Bruner, D.O., Director of Osteopathic Curriculum | May 16, 2022
Osteopathic philosophy courses at Colleges of Osteopathic Medicine (COMs) can generally follow one of two paths. The first path is to teach students one area at a time, while the second is to cover the material by each osteopathic manipulative treatment (OMT) technique. Figuring out which approach is best for you is no easy task. Each one has its benefits and weaknesses.
KMHS Alumni: Paola Gudiño, MD Candidate
by Kaplan Medical Honor Society | May 11, 2022
Catch up with Kaplan Medical Honor Society alumni, Paola Gudiño, to learn more about her path from studying in Ecuador to becoming an M.D. in the United States.
Meet the Kaplan Experts: Mark Reimonenq, MBA, Director, University Partnerships
by Mark Reimonenq, MBA, Director, University Partnerships | April 21, 2022
I spend a lot of my time supporting minority students who oftentimes have to compete with students from more privileged backgrounds. We cannot level out all the advantages that wealth brings in education, but with proper support, the student from a disadvantaged background can show their fitness for admission by performing well on the MCAT.
KMHS Alumni: Susana Fortich, MD Candidate
by Kaplan Medical Honor Society | April 19, 2022
Catch up with Kaplan Medical Honor Society alumni, Susana Fortich, to learn more about her path from studying in Colombia to becoming an M.D. in the United States.