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The coronavirus is preventing medical students from getting hands-on training in hospitals. Frustrated future doctors are looking for new ways to help.

Medical schools around the US have told their third- and fourth-year students, who typically do clinical rotations in hospitals, to stay home amid the spread of the coronavirus. The Association of American Medical Colleges, or AAMC, issued guidance last week to temporarily suspend clinical rotations for students. So far, over […]
The coronavirus is preventing medical students from getting hands-on training in hospitals. Frustrated future doctors are looking for new ways to help.
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This medical dummy looks like a real person — including the intestines

VIDEO: Medical students often acquire high levels of knowledge in human anatomy by the time they graduate. Hands-on experience, however, could be limited. A researcher from Nottingham Trent University, Richard Arm, created an incredibly realistic medical dummy that surgeon trainees can practice with.
This medical dummy looks like a real person  —  including the intestines