A 2018 study projected that there will be a shortage of up to 49,300 primary care physicians in Missouri by 2030.
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Rachel Brown claimed that the school violated state open records law by secretly discussing her performance with local activists.
Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine funds billboards
One of two billboards stands on the side of Interstate 70 near Columbia in a campaign against the MU School of Medicine’s use of live pigs. Th…
Programs that are more marketable should get breaks from the state.
Reports during the UM System Board of Curators meeting noted that MU Health Care is experiencing greater than expected revenue and that it is on track to comply with the requirements of the Office of Inspector General.
Medical students at the University of Missouri found out where they will be going after graduation during the annual residency matching ceremo…
Deans and other division leaders now have until April 28 to decide where the money will come from within their departments.
Student mistreatment is one of four areas the school must address to maintain its accreditation.
The school faces pressure to improve in diversity and student mistreatment after its most recent accreditation report from the Liaison Committee on Medical Education.
In a town hall meeting with students Wednesday, MU School of Medicine Dean Patrice Delafontaine linked associate dean Rachel Brown's departure to the need to maintain the school's accreditation.