Lion vs. Tiger: Part III

Should American medical students be required to only take Step/Level 3 exam? It’s astounding to appreciate the extent of hidden symbiotic relationship that has progressively sparked among LCME, AOA accredited American medical schools, and the USMLE and COMLEX examinations. Almost all American medical schools currently use these exams along other products of the NBME and […]

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Lion vs. Tiger: Part II

Should American medical students and graduates no longer be required to take USMLE and COMLEX examinations? The Liaison Committee on Medical Education (LCME) is the U.S. Department of Education recognized accrediting body M.D. programs in the United States. It also accredits M.D. programs in Canada, in cooperation with the Committee on Accreditation of Canadian Medical […]

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Lion vs. Tiger: Part I

There are two types of physicians: allopathic and osteopathic. Each practices in an important area of medicine, and both have noticeable overlapping functions. There are major misconceptions about the quality of the American osteopathic medical schools among international medical students, and in particular among students of the Caribbean schools. Their assessment is often based on […]

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Legitimacy of the USMLE and COMLEX

COMLEX and USMLE examinations have become so much interwoven into the fabric of our system for evaluating eligibility of practicing medicine in the US that we no longer question the legitimacy of their existence. It is unfortunate to see that the American Medical Schools that have long prided themselves on providing quality training for their […]

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