Medical Student PULSE 360 Survey™


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The Medical Student PULSE 360° Survey has been used for over five years at the University of Miami, Miller School of Medicine with over 1,500 medical students and 30,000+ PULSE surveys. It is designed to help M1 through M4 medical students obtain yearly feedback and find out how they are perceived by their peers.

Feedback focuses on communication, time-management, stress management, decision-making, and other important behaviors and skills associated with professionalism and quality of patient care in medical school and beyond.


Get Automated 360° Feedback 

medical students burnout 360 feedback Using automated and anonymous 360° feedback from each medical student’s peers, the PULSE 360° System (Physicians Universal Leadership-Teamwork Skills Education) provides perceptual feedback that reinforces effective behaviors, increases self-awareness, creates opportunities for data-driven self-correction, and promotes responsibility and accountability.


Credible Feedback & Benchmarks

Medical students get feedback on the PULSE Survey, which has been used by over 5,000 healthcare professionals who have received feedback from over 100,000 surveys. PULSE 360 has been used by Johns Hopkins, six Harvard hospitals (Mass General Hospital, Brigham and Women’s, etc.), University of Michigan, and a wide range of over 200 academic, rural, urban, practice groups, and community healthcare organizations.


To learn more about how to help medical students develop their professionalism and people skills, call us at:


  • 305-285-8900 (US)

  • 416-800-9203 (Canada)


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