Wald, H., George, P., Reis, S., & Taylor, J. (2014). Electronic health record training in undergraduate medical education: bridging theory to practice with curricula for empowering patient- and relationship-centered care in the computerized setting. Academic Medicine, 89, 380-386.
Summary of Findings: This study discusses the benefits of Electronic Medical Record (EMR) use as part of a physicians undergraduate medical education, exemplified at the Alpert Medical School of Brown University. Graduates of the program are exponetially more confident in intergrating electronic medical records into the patient-physician relationship.