Proposed Changes to the United States Medical Licensing Examination: Impact on Curricula and Libraries (Comment and Opinion) (Report)

Proposed Changes to the United States Medical Licensing Examination: Impact on Curricula and Libraries (Comment and Opinion) (Report)

Introduction The sequence and design of the United States Medical Licensing Examination (USMLE) is evolving in a profound way. These changes will have an impact on licensing, medical school curricular design, the way faculty present both basic science and clinical science training, and the library resources and services that students and faculty need. This article provides background on the examination process, current timetable of exams, proposed changes, and possible impact these changes will have on the curricula of medical schools and the collections and programs of academic health sciences libraries.

Proposed Changes to the United States Medical Licensing Examination: Impact on Curricula and Libraries (Comment and Opinion) (Report)



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