Martha Grayson, M.D., explains why the medical school curriculum is being changed to reflect a new outlook on the competencies, in addition to academic knowledge, that are necessary to become a successful physician. Concepts including physician as healer, scientist, role model and advocate are discussed. Dr. Grayson is Albert Einstein College of Medicine’s senior associate dean for medical education. Hosted by Gordon Earle, associate dean for communications and public affairs. Watch full interview.