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Future Docs
5:00 am
Tue April 9, 2013

Future Docs 8: Should Med Students Know the ACA?

Anne Kuritzky, MD, second from right, tends to an emergency room patient at Rhode Island Hospital
Credit Kristin Gourlay / RIPR

What do doctors need to learn in school to take the best care of you? Clearly, they need advanced medical and scientific knowledge. But should we expect doctors to know something about how our health care system works? How about the Affordable Care Act – one of the most important changes in health care policy in a generation? We continue our ongoing series Future Docs with some answers.

Dr. Anne Kuritzky is about five hours into her shift on the trauma unit at Rhode Island Hospital when the next call comes.

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The Education Blog
1:18 pm
Wed June 13, 2012

State law school gets green light from regulators

The American Bar Association has granted preliminary accreditation to the law school at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, clearing the way for students to take the bar exam in any state.

Prior to the preliminary accreditation, UMass law school students could only take the bar in Massachusetts and Connecticut.