A revolution is rising in the world of medical education. The strong need for medical students to train more effectively in soft skills has been recognized. Little has changed in medical training since the early 1900s, under Abraham Flexner’s “two plus two” model, where students learn in the classroom for the first two years, and then shadow doctors for the last two. The American Medical Association is funding a project for 11 schools around the country to transform the way future doctors are trained. As one of the participating schools, the University of Michigan Medical School is changing its program to focus more on building soft skills such as communicating with peers and colleagues, breaking bad news to patients and families, problem-solving, and adapting to every situation. Read on to learn more about this shift in training medical students, and find out here how other healthcare programs are using ApprenNet to help their learners develop soft skills for use in hospitals and clinics.