How I Teach

Hematologists share best practices in teaching to medical students, residents, and fellows

Oliver W. Press, MD, PhD

A Legacy of Mentorship

The American Society of Hematology (ASH) will honor the late Oliver (“Ollie”) W. Press, MD, PhD, with a 2017 Mentor Award at the 59th...

Paying it Forward

In this issue, we speak with Ronald Hoffman, MD, winner of a 2017 ASH Mentor Award. Dr. Hoffman is professor of medicine in hematology...

Research by Design

Educating young scientists to design successful research projects often comes down to teaching them the right questions to ask. A high-quality educational research project begins...

A Commitment to Training and Mentoring

Colleagues and former trainees describe Dr. Boxer’s career and his passion for mentoring. Dr. Boxer is the winner of the 2016 ASH Clinical Investigation...

The Patient Connection

What qualities make a good mentor? To me, mentoring and teaching are essentially two sides of the same coin: One cannot teach well without mentoring...

Passing the Baton

Dr. Nachman talks about mentoring as an integral part of being a physician–scientist. Dr. Nachman is the winner of the 2016 ASH Basic Science...

Thinking Small

Anyone in medical education is familiar with Bloom’s Taxonomy, a pyramid-shaped model representing different types of learning objectives, from lower- to higher-order thinking (Figure...

How I Teach Quality

In this edition, Colleen Morton, MBBCh, MS, talks about teaching quality improvement. Dr. Morton will also be discussing quality improvement in the changing U.S. health-care...

How I Teach the Coagulation Cascade

In this issue, Alice Ma, MD, shares her advice for teaching the coagulation cascade – to hematologists and non-hematologists, medical students, and attendings. Why is...

Walking the Walk

In this issue, we speak with Curt I. Civin, MD, the winner of the 2015 ASH Basic Science Mentor Award. Dr. Civin talks about the challenges...
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May 2018, Volume 4, Issue 6

This issue features a look at the hidden costs of importing lower-cost drugs, the optimal hemophilia treatment, the limits of genetic testing, and more.