A medical student at Robert Wood Johnson has suggested several ways to improve medical education. He suggests that the lecture may be a thing of the past and he also believes that medical schools should cull resources and provide the best lectures on a consistent basis, perhaps through video. Providing more flexibility in the first two years of medical school so that students can follow their interests earlier in their careers is another suggestion. Finally, he believes that trimming med school to three years would not only be more time efficient but also save med students an enormous amount of money.
–Liza Thompson, Expert Medical School Admissions Consulting