From left, Wendy Coard, Mahlet Assefa and Elizabeth Richards practice techniques to aid a choking but responsive adult. Hands-on learning is emphasized early now.
From left, Wendy Coard, Mahlet Assefa and Elizabeth Richards practice techniques to aid a choking but responsive adult. Hands-on learning is emphasized early now. Erika Schultz The Seattle Times
From left, Wendy Coard, Mahlet Assefa and Elizabeth Richards practice techniques to aid a choking but responsive adult. Hands-on learning is emphasized early now. Erika Schultz The Seattle Times

More medical students now learn hands-on patient care from Day 1

September 12, 2016 12:03 PM

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