Medical schools don’t need help with their marketing. Or do they?
So how do they reach people? And are they all set with their marketing?
I’d reason that medical schools need to push themselves a little more in how they market themselves. Certainly, medical schools are not short on applicants. But what are they really doing to reach people and tell their story? How are they really talking to their students? I'd be curious to see what they are doing beyond new student outreach and celebrating student research. Is there something more they can do? Should they push themselves more?