When graduating medical students learn where they will train as residents.
Foundations of Interprofessional Practice
Improving healthcare delivery through better collaboration.
Preparing for the New Paradigm
UW School of Medicine shifts its curriculum to prepare for new healthcare realities under the ACA.
Paul Ramsey, M.D., CEO of UW Medicine delivered his annual address to the UW Medicine community.
UW Medicine is at the frontier of diversity within medicine. We consider diversity of students, staff and faculty alike to be a fundamental element of our success, and we promote diversity and inclusion in every aspect of our mission and practice.
In place for more than 40 years, the five-state WWAMI program is internationally recognized as a model program for high-quality, cost-effective training of physicians and other health professionals in rural areas.
Find out more about WWAMI.
Our alumni community helps to create the exceptional environment for learning, collaboration and lifelong connection that exists within the UW Medicine community among students, alumni, faculty, residents and other UW School of Medicine supporters.
A day in the life of a medical student
After two years of classroom learning, third-year medical students begin two years of clerkship, where they apply their medical knowledge in the real world. Kyle Rattray shares his account of a typical day in the life of a third-year medical student.